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Dr. Cloe Couturier 4h
Could become a bigger killer than cancer?
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Nirav B. Patel, MD, JD, FCLM 5h
Antibiotic resistant bacteria now on
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Kristi Kuper 5h
A UK study estimates that By 2050, more people will die annually of antibiotic resistant bacteria than of cancer. ,
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Save Antibiotics 4h
cost the U.S. healthcare system more than $2 billion per year.
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Emory Antibiotic Resistance Center Apr 19
While studying and fighting , we forgot to join the Twitterverse...
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CEITEC Connect Apr 17
Isn't it crazy that antibiotic-resistant bacteria can fly now? These bacteria, aka , are spreading worldwide with the help of wild birds. And sadly, we are at fault... but fear not! There are still ways for us to turn the tide:
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Net of Interthings Apr 16
Or that a lack of any kind of incentive to produce something we need just disappears and no one steps into the vacuum to do it. If there is no incentivized market for vaccines, they don’t get made.
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SmallWorldInitiative Apr 19
Without changing current market conditions, nearly 1/3 companies, including 50% of large R&D biopharm, report they will decrease their investments in R&D. urging govts to pilot novel economic models to tackle .
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UNH MCBS Apr 19
Check out UNH scientists Art Greenberg, Marc Boudreau, and our very own Vicki Jeffers breaking down killer bugs. This is need-to-know info! Fighting Infectious Diseases 20/May , NH
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Fight superbugs Apr 20
Superbugs on the next edition of 60 Minutes, Sunday, April 21, at 7:00 p.m.
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Jeff Baine Apr 18
Replying to @DocSchmadia
I believe this is away to make getting a prescription and having it filled. There should be communication with the patients primary health care provider. I am scared of over prescribing of antibiotics and no follow up with cultures- more super bugs
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Schmidt & Sethi Apr 16
At least 2 million people in the U.S. become infected with an antibiotic-resistant bacterium each year, and about 23,000 die from those infections, according to the CDC. by
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Gabriela Capurro Apr 18
Just finished reading . A fascinating medical thriller! A true story of and a scientist's race to save her husband using an extraordinary and experimental treatment: . A must-read!
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Sylvia BurgosToftnes Apr 19
Sat., April 20, 9-9:30AM CT - The Pew Charitable Trusts on link between livestock farming and . What this means to your health, the availabilty of antibiotics that will work. Tune in!
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zennicus Apr 16
Every year... Every damn year these bees get bigger 🤯 got me screaming in public kmt
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HSIS Apr 15
New research suggests that the synergistic action of vitamins with antibiotics could be used as a tool to treat multi-drug resistant superbugs. Further work is now needed at the molecular level
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All American Healthcare Services Inc Apr 18
36 hospitals and are using an antiseptic wash along with an iodine-based nose swab on patients to stop the spread of deadly .
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ResistResistance Apr 17
A study has found half of chicken meat at discount supermarkets is contaminated with antibiotic resistant germs that pose a major health risk. The results indicate antibiotics are overused at industrial poultry farms.
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Dr Steffanie Strathdee, 🗡️Superbug Slayer 🗡️ Apr 20
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Sylvia BurgosToftnes Apr 19
Sat., April 20, 9-9:30AM CT live w about links between overuse of antibiotics in livestock production and rise of . What we can do. Tune in
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AntibioticResearchUK Apr 19
Meet the masters of whose above-par performance put the in their place
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