The Balkans are in an uproar over the discovery of a banned antibiotic in Slovenian milk.25 November 2002 LJUBLJANA, Slovenia–Slovenian veterinary authorities on 8 November revealed that the presence of Chloramphenicol–an antibiotic that has not been in use for 10 years–had been found in samples of Slovenian milk exported to other Balkan countries. Experts say […]

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