NEW YORK – One of the most potent threats to global economic prosperity is too little discussed. Resistance to antibiotics, caused in large part by overuse and misuse, is already well established and recognized by specialists as a problem — but it doesn’t yet frighten the public. It should.
I’ve been looking into the issue closely since I was appointed chairman of a review into antimicrobial resistance (AMR) by the U.K. government.
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