BMJ Series Highlights Antimicrobial Resistance In SE Asia

The BMJ: Antimicrobial resistance in South East Asia
“The BMJ’s collection on ‘Antimicrobial resistance in South East Asia’ is a series of 15 articles highlighting how antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has become a critical political, social, and economic problem in the WHO South East Asia region … where there is possibly the highest risk globally for emergence and spread of AMR…” (September 2017)

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