Other researchers have linked the use of antibiotics to causing cancers of the skin, prostate, and breast.Sudden death is always a risk factor with antibiotics use that most people don't realize, and doctor's definitely never discuss with their patients.
Antibiotic-induced DNA changes can also cause lung disease, cardiovascular death, pancreatitis, as well as many other conditions. A single dose of antibiotics can strongly alter microbial profiles and predipose humans to diseases like C. difficile with 40-50% mortality rates. Antibiotic-induced and resistant C. difficile affects approximately 3 million people yearly in the U.S. alone. What most people don't realize in all of these cases is that alterations and damage to the DNA are involved and this damage is taking place whether or not the disease immediately manifests itself.