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EMA cuts back as Brexit staff losses top expectations

EMA cuts back as Brexit staff losses top expectations

That means less urgent matters such as harmonisation will be will be dealt with only on a reactive basis, and other topics such as antimicrobial resistance will be considered on a

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  • Rules of engagement Rules of engagement

    A 2015 survey by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 12 countries highlighted people’s unfamiliarity with the language of antibiotic resistance. ... Fewer than half of the nearly 10, 000 respondents had heard of the term ‘antimicrobial

  • No incentive for a cure No incentive for a cure

    The stakes are too high for this not to happen. The risk we face from antimicrobial resistance and the current lack of new antibiotics tells us all we need to know

  • The threat of antimicrobial resistance The threat of antimicrobial resistance

    The threat of antimicrobial resistance. Why this issue is such a fundamental challenge. ... A look at some of the headline statistics on the antimicrobial resistance (AMR) issue is particularly sobering.

  • Significant figures Significant figures

    us.”. An inhaled formulation of last-resort antibiotic Amikacin, ALIS taps into a need for new antibiotics as well as industry heads towards more joined-up thinking to tackle antimicrobial resistance. ... develop resistance to the macrolide antibiotic,

  • Deal Watch May 2016 Deal Watch May 2016

    Warning that by the year 2050, drug resistant bacteria could kill one person every second across the world, the UK Review on Antimicrobial Resistance recommends a "pay-or-play" system. ... It is suggested that those companies that do not engage in

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  • Antibiotic Resistance: Alarm bells ring louder than ever

    Antibiotic Resistance: Alarm bells ring louder than ever. Though international focus is turning to antimicrobial resistance and incentives are being provided for research into new drugs, there are many hurdles to ... where antibiotics and the threat of

  • Cello Health

    Antibiotic Resistance: Alarm bells ring louder than ever. ... Though international focus is turning to antimicrobial resistance and incentives are being provided for research into new drugs, there are many hurdles to be jumped before a blockbuster can be

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