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AMR: UK’s Subscription Scheme ‘One Way Forward,’ But New Economic Models Needed

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Stimulating the development of novel antibiotic drugs and diagnostics will require new funding models as part of the broader “push and pull” incentives strategy, says the director of health & life sciences at Innovate UK.

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