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Drug Resistance is Threatening to Reverse Medical Progress:
WHO Press Release

WHO Report on Overcoming Microbial Resistance

In its report, the World Health Organization warns that increasing drug resistance could rob the world of its opportunity to cure illnesses and stop epidemics. Curable diseases—from sore throats to TB and malaria—are becoming incurable as once-effective medicines become increasingly ineffective. The report is the first of its kind to present a comprehensive global picture of the problem.

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