What is Antibiotic Action?

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Antibiotic Action is an independent UK-led global initiative wholly funded by the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (BSAC), which is a UK registered charity. Antibiotic Action seeks to inform and educate all about the need for discovery, research and development of new treatments for bacterial infections. It contributes to national and international activities and acts as a conduit through which all stakeholders are educated on the importance of new ways to treat bacterial infections. It is led by Professor Laura JV Piddock, Chair in Public Engagement and Professor of Microbiology, University of Birmingham.

It is vital to the health of all nations that antibiotics remain the mainstay of modern medicine and are available to all who need them.

  • RT @ReviewonAMR: UK govt 5yr #spendingreview yesterday included strong commitment to support #AMR research: https://t.co/PUVv30q5W4 https://t.co/UKNV4ShTkh,
  • RT @LauraPiddock: Antibiotic Resistance: A silent tsunami, crumbling down the pillars ....... - 5 Dec Edinburgh https://t.co/rdB0qMYxsk @RoyalSocBio,
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