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When Life-Saving Drugs Stop Working: UN Takes Look at Antimicrobial Resistance

Only two new antibiotics were approved in the United States between 2008 and 2012. And that's a big problem, as more and more illness-causing germs are getting harder to treat with existing medications. The post When Life-Saving Drugs Stop Working: UN Takes Look at Antimicrobial Resistance appeared first on Rewire.
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