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Reducing primary care antibiotic use may not be enough to counter antimicrobial resistance

Reducing primary care antibiotic use may not be enough to counter antimicrobial resistance

coli) infections in England. The report on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has been published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases.

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    In 1961, it established universal health insurance, it made huge advancements in the control and eradication of infectious diseases and, notably, it achieved the world’s highest life expectancy. ... Japan’s health system is seeing a corresponding

  • The pandemic preparedness paradox The pandemic preparedness paradox

    There is no market for sporadic infectious diseases. Even the use of the word ‘market’ is incorrect. ... And we know how to translate academic inventions into medicines that can help patients, but today that’s not happening, because there is no

  • The search for effective drug treatments for COVID-19 The search for effective drug treatments for COVID-19

    medicine. to contribute to the medical response in public health emergencies. The EUA was based on then available data from two global clinical trials – the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious ... Diseases’ (NIAID) placebo-controlled phase

  • As COVID-19 takes over the world, biopharma fights back As COVID-19 takes over the world, biopharma fights back

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  • We’ll need more than a spoonful of sugar to counter vaccine hesitancy We’ll need more than a spoonful of sugar to counter vaccine hesitancy

    It is, therefore, critical that action is taken to stop the re-emergence of dangerous infectious diseases.

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