WHO Outlines Priority Actions For Tackling AMR In 2024
An updated priority pathogen list, a review of the clinical pipeline for antibacterials, and high-level meetings with other global regulators are among the steps that will be taken by the World Health Organization in the year ahead to combat antimicrobial resistance.
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