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HCWH Press Release: Physicians, Nurses, Clinicians, Hospitals Ask Congress to Enact Legislation Prohibiting Non-therapeutic Use of Antibiotics in Animal Production
July 14, 2010, 10:09 am
Filed under: News

July 13, 2010
Health Care Without Harm Press Release
Contact: Jamie Harvie  218-525-7806
Eileen Secrest  540-479-0168
Requests Come on Eve of Congressional Hearing on Use of Antibiotics in Agriculture

Washington, DC — More than 1000 physicians and other clinicians, including nurses, have signed statements asking Congress to pass legislation to reduce the use of non-therapeutic antibiotics in food animals. Hospital and Healthy Systems representing over sixty healthcare facilities also signed a petition in support of legislation to end unnecessary antibiotics use in food animal agriculture. Another 300 hospitals have pledged to make changes in their food service meat purchases to exclude meat raised with antibiotics. Health Care Without Harm announced the health care sector’s support of antibiotics legislation on the eve of a July 14 hearing conducted by the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health to examine the use of antibiotics in animal agriculture.

Read the full press release at http://www.noharm.org/us_canada/news_hcwh/2010/jul/hcwh2010-07-13.php

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I am happy to see the medical industry getting on board concerning this important issue. It is a crime what big meat producers do to the meat supply in the U.S.A. I try to eat all organic, hormone free meat when it is available in my area. I am seriously considering raising my own meat, fotunately I have the acreage to do so. Thanks for keeping us abreast.
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