A Superbug Survivor Shares His Struggle with Antibiotic Resistance

A Superbug Survivor Shares His Struggle

Two million Americans get antibiotic-resistant infections every year. Chris Linaman was one of them. "I was part of the good outcome. There are far too many that are on the opposite end and lose their battle, their fight with their antibiotic-resistant infection," says Chris, whose life-threating infection stemmed from a basketball injury.

In this video, hear from Chris and his wife, Kimi, about their heartbreaking experience—and how Chris is working to help ensure others don't go through the same trauma he did.

Hear more stories from people affected by antibiotic resistance: pewtrusts.org/superbug-stories

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