RA'ANANA, ISRAEL - FEBRUARY 16: Chickens are roasted on a rotisserie grill at a restaurant February 16, 2006 in Ra'anana in central Israel. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)
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Doctors say there may be a link to the antibiotics given to chickens and a serious infection found in women.
New evidence suggests that the drugs have created a new strain of e-coli that is super resistant to antibiotics.
Doctors say the e-coli strain is causing painful and long-lasting bladder infections in women.
And physicians are struggling to find treatments.
The chicken industry disputes the research and says it believes it's unlikely this antibiotic superbug comes from poultry at all.
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