Vets hear update in fight against antimicrobial resistance

  19 October 2019

The use of antibiotics will inevitably, over time, lead to resistance developing in the bacteria they are intended to target – known as antimicrobial resistance (AMR) – which continues to be a concern for Veterinary Ireland, attendees at the Cattle Association of Veterinary Ireland (CAVI) Annual Conference heard.

Conor Geraghty, Veterinary Ireland’s CAVI chairman, was speaking at the event today, Friday, October 18.

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