Infection Prevention, Control and Surveillance: Limiting the Development and Spread of Drug Resistance

The Review on Antimicrobial Resistance
Chaired by Jim O’Neill, March 2016

36 pp. 814 kB
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Much of the previous work to address the alarming rise of drug resistant infections has focussed on initiatives to re-invigorate the supply of new antimicrobial drugs. Success with coming up with new drugs will shift the ‘supply curve’ and solve the problem of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) for a period of time. However, shifting (and specifically reducing) the demand curve for antimicrobials provides a permanent solution to AMR over the longer term.

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