Antibiotic resistance: how to tackle a public health crisis

  22 January 2021

The Financial Times hosted a discussion in December 2020 on progress and policy options to tackle antimicrobial resistance, as part of its special report series on the Future of Antibiotics. The meeting brought together senior representatives from governments, non-profit and international organisations, academia, medical centres, the investment community and the pharmaceutical sector. It was held under the Chatham House rule of non-attribution, but below is a summary of the key discussion points and recommendations.

 

Further reading: Financial Times
Author(s): Andrew Jack
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