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The impending “slow tsunami” of antimicrobial resistance
As antibiotic-resistant infections continue to rise, the AMR Action Fund looks to overcome key barriers of late-stage antibiotic developmentRead more
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Working together to create a sustainable market for antibiotics
It’s time to take action to slow the advance of AMR – but we cannot do it alone. By Jenelle Krishnamoorthy, associate vice president, Global Policy, Communications & Population HealthRead more
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How you can help slow the threat of antimicrobial resistance
Before antibiotics were discovered in the 20th century, contracting an infection could be a death sentence. Their discovery was a turning point in human history, revolutionizing medicine and saving countless lives. However, the growing burden of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) threatens the return to a world without antibiotics. We all have a responsibility to address this […]Read more
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Addressing antibiotic resistance is more critical than ever. Here’s why.
Since their development, antibiotics have transformed health care and saved countless lives globally. But rising levels of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) make current antibiotics less effective. There’s no single or simple solution to the complex problem of AMR, but we’re committed to investing our expertise and resources alongside our partners to get much-needed antibiotics to those […]Read more
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