EU Targets Antimicrobials For 'Human Use Only' In Bid To Tackle Resistance
In the latest effort to address the growing problem of antimicrobial resistance, the EU authorities are consulting on a list of products that must not be used in animals, in order to help preserve their efficacy in humans.
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Delegates at the European Health Forum Gastein outlined the challenges facing an international effort to improve access to costly new medicines across the World Health Organization’s European region, insisting that the key issues had to be addressed “collectively” and without “finger pointing.”
The joint action on ensuring security of medicines supply will be supported by the EU regulators’ shortages task force, which is to track efforts to coordinate member state activities on the supply and availability of medicines.