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What are antibiotics? Concise, helpful explainer written by academics for public audiences

Explainer: what are antibiotics? By Matthew Cooper, University of Queensland and Mark Blaskovich, University of Queensland You’ve got a high… Read more »

Why Sales-Based Profits Don’t Work for Antibiotics: Financial Times Article 2011

Antibiotics profits drive attacked: article by Andrew Jack, in the Financial Times, 2011.   Back to Resources   Share this

Antibiotic Pipeline – Cautious Optimism

Antibiotic Pipeline – Cautious Optimism:  Dr. Shales comments on the current efforts at increasing the antibiotics pipeline.   Back to… Read more »

Antibiotics – The Perfect Storm

Antibiotics – The Perfect Storm: Dr. Shlaes blogs about perspectives and developments in the fight for new antibiotics.   Back… Read more »

The Burden of Antibiotic Resistance

The Burden of Antibiotic Resistance: A fact sheet from ReAct – Action on Antibiotic Resistance   Back to Resources  … Read more »

Treatment of HCAIs caused by gram-negative bacteria

This consensus statement presents the conclusions of a group of academic and industrial experts who met in London in September,… Read more »

Using antibiotics responsibly: right drug, right time, right dose, right duration

This editorial comments that everyone prescribing antibiotics should consider both their clinical and public health responsibilities.   Back to Resources… Read more »

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