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First Research Programme Identifies Potential Antibiotic Resistance Breakers

Press Release | Antibiotic Research UK | December 1, 2016

Antibiotic Research UK's first research programme finds a number of drugs that can break antibiotic resistance in Gram-negative bacteria. Antibiotic resistant infections are predicted to lead to 10 million deaths per year globally by 2050 at a cost of up to $100 trillion to the world economy. In the UK at least 5,000 people per year die from resistant infections. New research by Antibiotic Research UK (ANTRUK), the world's first charity created to develop new antibiotics in the fight against superbugs, has found Antibiotic Resistance Breakers (ARBs) in its first major lab research programme...

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Superbugs: Resistance Isn't Futile But A New Generation Of Antibiotics Is Needed

Staff Writer | The Guardian | July 2, 2014

Not so super, really, but powerful enough to withstand much of what modern medicine has thrown at [superbugs]. That's why David Cameron is calling for a global response to tackle the problem...

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