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  • Antibiotic resistance could kill us all: Here’s how to stop it

    Fast Company - 03/04/2015

    There’s been a bit of positive antibiotics news of late. A team at Northeastern University in Boston recently announced a new antibiotic for tuberculosis, septicaemia and C. diff infections—the first new drug in 30 years. It could be on the market in as little as five years, but a lot more needs to be done. Without a more efficient drug pipeline and more careful prescribing, the drug resistance problem could escalate to biblical proportions.

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