A long term reduction of antimicrobial resistance in Europe can be possible by bringing together industry, public health bodies and academic bodies to share their experiences and their resources.
Antibiotic resistance is a global problem for all of us that leads to infections that cannot be easily treated. A global reduction of the resistance of harmful microbes to treatment such as antibiotics will lead to reduced health costs and saved lives.
– Establishing a biobank of clinical specimens and strains
– Establishing a database containing information on on-going AMR research
– Collaborating with stakeholders
– Raising awareness of AMR
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