Tackling the threat of AMR: Need to ensure lasting legacy of antibiotics for future generations
In a globalised world, the presence of these antibiotic residues and resistant bacterial genes in medical waste from hospitals, sewage from homes, and effluents and waste water from pharmaceutical plants magnify the burden of AMR manifold, creating resistant bacteria or superbugs. The threat of AMR is stark in India that has some of the highest antibiotic resistance rates among bacteria that commonly cause infections.
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