Minnpost– June 11, 2018. “The problem is that patients, but more surprisingly clinicians, are not fully recognizing the potential harms from antibiotic use,” said Eili Klein, one of the study’s authors and a mathematical ecologist and epidemiologist at the Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy (CDDEP), in a released statement. “Despite the fact that approximately 20% of patients can get some sort of side effect, this does not seem to be as important a factor in decision-making as one would expect.”