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EU’s New Health Threats Body Could Speed Arrival Of New Antibiotics

‘Pull’ Incentives Will Be Vital In Spurring Drug Development

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Europe is preparing a “preparatory action” to review existing measures for tackling antimicrobial resistance, identify the gaps, and to determine what products will be needed in future.

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