The DISARM Act Proposes New Strategies to Fight The Growing Threat Of Antibiotic Resistance
Antibiotics are a lifesaver—except when they stop working—and, unfortunately, that is happening more often as multidrug resistant bacteria render many previously useful antimicrobials ineffective. The CDC estimates that about two million people in the United States get an antibiotic-resistant infection every year and the rise of such infections has prompted the World Health Organization to list antimicrobial resistance among the top 10 global health threats for 2019.
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