Brits Lead Charge In Global Battle Against Antimicrobial Resistant Superbugs
During the annual BIO International conference in June, researchers from the UK – which has pushed antimicrobial resistance to front and center on the global stage – discussed ongoing efforts for incentivizing antibiotic discovery and development, and the challenges that remain when it comes to management and resolution of the world’s AMR crisis.
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