Antimicrobial resistance must be policy priority, say MPs

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Global death toll from antimicrobial-resistant infections expected to rise to 10m a year by 2050

Tackling antimicrobial resistance needs to become a top-five policy priority for the government in order to help prevent the virtual loss of modern medicine, MPs have said.

A report by the health and social care committee said it wants to see “tangible progress” over the next six months to “reverse the worrying exodus” from research into antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

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