Report: Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria Threaten Global Physical & Financial Health
09/19/2016 General World News

The growing number of “superbug” infections could push 28 million people into extreme poverty, hurt the economy as badly at the 2008 financial crisis, make health care costs soar, damage livestock production and cost millions of human lives by 2050 unless there is prompt, effective and sustained action.

The warnings Monday come from a World Bank report on the costs of the rising tide of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, that experts say grow from the misuse and overuse of antimicrobial drugs. Global leaders are set to discuss the threat posed by antimicrobial resistance, also called “AMR,” this week in New York. read more >>>

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