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WHO South-East Asia May 16
To combat pharmacists should ONLY dispense when the patients have a valid from a licensed doctor.
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JohnsHopkinsMedicine May 14
can be lifesaving when prescribed correctly. But their rampant misuse is leading to a global health crisis, and it’s time to change how we use these vital drugs.
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Microbes&Infection May 19
The European CDC reports rise in the first global cases of “extensively drug-resistant” , with three new documented cases in Europe and Australia between February and March
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WHO South-East Asia May 17
Replying to @WHOSEARO
If a doctor prescribes to you they are: ✅ only for you ❌ not your family ❌ not your friends ❌ not your partner Never share antibiotics with anybody! is accelerated by the misuse of antibiotics.
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Antibiotic Resistance Prevention May 18
How You Can Help Join our movement Don’t take antibiotics to treat viral infections like influenza, common cold, runny nose, sore throat, etc. Use antibiotics only when prescribed by a doctor.
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Battle Superbugs May 17
Are you freaking out yet? Antibiotic-Resistant UTIs Are On The Rise Around The World: via
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HealthforAnimals May 12
is a threat that costs lives. Human and animal health must come together to take on the challenge. Here's how we're
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Connor Rochford May 19
For those of you attending and , this piece in on effective global governance and steering mechanisms to may be of interest -
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rebecca tonner May 14
Thrilled to be accepted onto the National AMR Training Programme and invited to attend the residential training course in August this year!
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JustAPharmacist May 19
Really looking forward to Dr Mark Thomas from Auckland Uni talking about 'Why are we using antibiotics as placebos' 7:30-8:45pm Tuesday night NZ time
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HelperbyTherapeutics May 14
An exciting approach to creating the antibiotics of the future...combine existing therapies to create new sustainable treatments against resistant bacteria. Listen how…
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Lydia Johns Putra May 18
We are so far past the tipping point for antibiotics. We need alternatives
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Meghan May May 11
Presented 2 hours of about infections, their complications, new , and connections, and for the Berkshire Medical Center crew. It was great fun, as always!
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CharNewb12 22h
Since the development of antibiotics people have been using them for less and less threatening cases. Because of this overuse of antibiotics superbugs have developed beyond drugs, and this could lead to an apocalypse worse than the black plague!
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Christina Kenny 14h
’s are for and dogs. My dogs are literally climbing all over me as I’m reading about antimicrobial resistance. Have I died and gone to heaven?
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Antibiotic Resistance Prevention May 18
Replying to @AntibioticP
Of those at least 23,009 die as a result of these infections.” With your help, we can reduce the amount of people who are affected by these bacteria. Spread the world. “Not all bugs need drugs!”
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Uppsala Antibiotic Center May 15
Today, UAC PhD student is presenting one of her projects at the department seminar series. Can clinically relevant species of bacteria be targeted with a contact dependent growth inhibition system?
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Save Antibiotics May 18
The man who discovered how bacteria transfer resistance to each other recently passed away, after winning numerous awards for his work. “He was an intuitive scientist. He had this great gestalt.” via
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Ronan McCarthy May 17
The Search for ‘Evolution-Proof’ Antibiotics
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BSI South Wales May 15
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