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The Nobel Prize Nov 21
In 1928, Alexander Fleming discovered the mould he was working with produced a substance that could kill many common bacteria. He called this new, exciting substance "mould juice". Only after a couple of months did he name it penicillin.
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The Nobel Prize Nov 19
Ada Yonath sounds an alarm on a global challenge - antibiotic resistance. "I am not a prophet. I cannot predict the future. But I think a 10-15 fold increase in deaths due to infectious diseases is realistic if we do not find new antibiotics."
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PSGH GREATER ACCRA Nov 22
Finish your antibiotics🎙🎵 A beautiful message from Dr. Emmanuella Abassah-Konadu, MPSGh. on Antibiotic Abuse and Resistance 🎶 Enjoy and share with friends and family or a stranger 😊
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Youth Alliance for Health Reform Nov 23
The Youth Alliance for Health Reform PH strongly criticizes the irresponsible statement of Teddy Locsin Jr., whose misguided advice further perpetuates the very cause which is advocating against.
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MPS Nov 19
Finish your antibiotics when prescribed.
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Sharon Gardiner Nov 20
Very proud to have so many Canterbury DHB pharmacy staff raising awareness for in . .
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Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya (PSK) Nov 21
In the Kenyan context we have lost Trimethoprim-Sulphamethoxazole (cotrimoxazole) for UTI. There is no value using it for UTI.
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DrugMedics Healthcare Nov 19
Antibiotic resistant infections can affect anyone, of any age, in any country. . Only take antibiotics prescribed to you. . Do not share your drugs with family or friends not even your twin. . . .
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sen.rugurugu Nov 20
Together With pharm.YA Nadabo were we religiously discussed on the perils of Antibiotics resistance, consequences and possible way forward to curve this menace!..
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University Hospitals Plymouth Pharmacy Department Nov 18
Our lovely Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist Anna getting very excited about 🎉. You can make your pledge at 👉 🦠
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AFIDEP Nov 21
Replying to @DRUM_consortium
Through the a group of researchers are seeking to understand more about the spread of AMR between humans, animals, and the wider environment in rural and urban parts of and
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National Turkey Federation Nov 20
is a priority for the turkey industry, and the safe use of antibiotics plays a role in the health of our birds. Get the about how farmers are raising healthy turkeys with the help of veterinarians. 👇👇
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WHO Nigeria Nov 18
Today marks the beginning of the 2019 : The silent pandemic is already leading to 700,000 worldwide each year.
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Eve Smith Nov 21
So excited to share the cover for my debut tomorrow!! A glimpse into a chilling future if doesn't work...
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Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya (PSK) Nov 21
If we don't control antibiotics use, by 2050 we will be losing 10million people per year and spending 100trillion per year. 2019
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NHS Liverpool CCG Nov 20
It's Taking antibiotics when you don't need them can cause harmful bacteria to become resistant. This means that antibiotics may not work when you do need them. Take your doctor or pharmacist's advice and
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Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya (PSK) Nov 21
Dr. Sebastian Wandera and Prof. J. Orwa, FPSK, attending the Antimicrobial Resistance Symposium 2019 happening now.
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Ministry of Health, Ghana Nov 20
The World Antibiotic Awareness Week (WAAW) celebration has been launched in Accra by the Minister for health, Hon. Kwaku Agyeman-Manu, with a call on stakeholders to do more to win the battle against microbes threatening the existence of humans.
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University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS FT Nov 18
aims to increase global awareness of antibiotic resistance and to encourage best practices among the general public, health workers and policy makers to avoid the further emergence and spread of antibiotic resistance.
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Evelina Hospital Sch Nov 21
We were absolutely delighted to have Dr Alicia visit us today to teach us about germs on our ‘Horrid Hands’ as part of . The children learnt how bacteria is spread and to wash their hands properly to ensure the germs are banished!
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