Surveillance and monitoring of antimicrobial resistance: limitations and lessons from the GRAM project

  23 September 2019

Without a more concerted and collaborative global response, the disastrous forecast made in the Review on AMR of 10 million annual deaths from resistant infections by 2050 might eventuate. Initiatives that enhance monitoring capacity for resistant infections, and bolster the accuracy of AMR burden estimates, will provide essential information to guide policy and prevent a calamity of this scale.

Further reading: BMC Medicine
Author(s): Jesse Schnall, Arjun Rajkhowa, Kevin Ikuta, Puja Rao & Catrin E. Moore
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