Antimicrobial resistance in Gaza, and the ecology of war

  24 September 2021

Anti-microbial resistance and the emergence of ‘superbugs’ is occurring throughout the world. Prolonged and intense conflicts can create a unique set of social and environmental conditions that intensify the risk of emergence. With the help of a new pilot study in Gaza, Linsey Cottrell and Reem Shomar explain just how bad the consequences for public health can be.

Author(s): Linsey Cottrell and Reem Shomar
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