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AntibioticResearchUK 24m
“could be responsible for up to 80 per cent of deaths in 's biggest intensive care unit (ICU), a senior doctor has warned”
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ACPHSMicro Apr 21
The best visual display of antibiotic resistance!
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WHO/Europe Apr 15
is leading to untreatable infections, which can affect anyone of any age, in any country.
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🦋✨Faithful Spirits✨🕊 Apr 21
IS a real thing! I’ve been resistant for 33 yrs for an H-Pylori infection. I also have Immuglobulin Deficiency. Took for 20 yrs, nearly killed me. Food (Meat) is dangerous too.
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WHO/Europe Apr 15
Replying to @WHO_Europe
Always seek the advice of a qualified health care professional before taking antibiotics. We all have a role to play in preventing the spread of !
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IDSA 15h
. this week featured a harrowing segment on the dangers of . IDSA member Sarah Turbett, MD recounts her experience treating one of the first Americans infected with MCR-1.
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Urology News 12h
With the rapidly rising rates of there is a pressing need to find alternative therapies to use as prophylaxis against . An open access review on current and new therapies in treating UTIs has recently been published
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Xenex Disinfection Systems 14h
"By 2050, 10 million people worldwide could die each year from antibiotic resistant bacteria"
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Robert Cooper 12h
The completely normal story of the first American found with all-but-untreatable, antibiotic-resistant . A human reminder of how indiscriminate bacteria are, and why we should all pay attention to growing threat
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CDDEP 15h
“Our research shows that of 21 new antibiotics entering markets between 1999 and 2014, less than five were registered in most countries in sub-Saharan Africa.” -CDDEP's Ramanan Laxminarayan
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Battle Superbugs 18h
Happy Earth Day! Do your part and help fight .
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Joan Gavaldà Apr 20
Bacteria and viruses are fighting back, but will big pharma save us? Via
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Emory Antibiotic Resistance Center 18h
Fantastic segment that paints an easily understandable picture of the growing crisis of
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UW–Madison School of Pharmacy 14h
Tomorrow (Tuesday, 4/22) brings two opportunities to hear from the School's Laurel Legenza about her mapping project. First, tune into at 6:45 am, and later that day, head over to Madison's (88.9 FM) for their 6 pm news.
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Dr DV and CCIMHEALTH Apr 21
Who's watching 60 minutes right now? Something we discuss in a daily basis at CCIMHEALTH We test our patients for antibiotic resistant genes
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NatureReviewsUrology Apr 20
Trending: Review of nonantibiotic prevention and management of recurrent urinary tract infection by Goodman &
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JM 13h
There's a lot of talk this week about and I think it's time to get the video done by the Kishony Lab at Harvard Med going again.
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Martin Pronk 23h
Replying to @60Minutes @Micreos
Huge progress is made by Dutch biotech company
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Surya Sundar, Ph.D Apr 15
Finally created a twitter account to join the community in an effort to combat the rise of !
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Erika Kurt 13h
When don't work, your life can be forever changed from a simple urinary tract infection (UTI). UTIs are common: more than 150 million people worldwide contract one every year. This affects every man, woman, and child.
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Summit Therapeutics Apr 19
April is month! , the has had to change treatment guidelines for three times in the last nine years, due to and decrease susceptibility. Little stands between us and untreatable gonorrhea.
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