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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