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AMR kills more people than malaria and HIV

08.09.2022

A study published on 19 January 2022 in The Lancet estimates that 4.95 million deaths could be associated with bacterial…

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One health: Commission welcomes Member States’ support to designate antimicrobials reserved for humans

11.07.2022

On 4th July 2022, Member States have given their support to the establishment of a list designating antimicrobials to be…

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Phages attack bacterium

Blown up by terrorist, saved by virus

26.01.2022

BACTERIOPHAGES A woman was seriously injured in the 2016 terror attacks [in Brussels]. For two years, an infection in her…

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Fighting harmful bacteria with nanoparticles

10.01.2022

Multi-resistant pathogens are a serious and increasing problem in today’s medicine. Where antibiotics are ineffective, these bacteria can cause life-threatening…

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Water quality tests in Ireland are not good enough – the real picture is a lot worse

23.06.2021

Some 73% of the 148 beaches and lakes which are formally designated as swimming spots are deemed to be of…

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Ready to start traveling again this summer? Watch out for “super-bacteria”

23.06.2021

Dutch and American researchers at Maastricht University in the Netherlands took faecal swabs of 190 Dutch travellers before and after…

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Omani doctor on a mission to combat AMR

23.06.2021

“As an infectious disease specialist, by the time you get involved, there is nothing much you can do for the…

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The effect of generic market entry on antibiotic prescriptions in the US

08.06.2021

When patented, brand-name antibiotics lose market exclusivity, generics typically enter the market at lower prices, which may increase the consumption…

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Special Issue 5: F2F, Livestock, & AMR

08.06.2021

MEP: Livestock breeding ‘neglected’ in the fight to tackle AMR The Farm to Fork strategy (F2F) sets out an aim…

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