Global Health NOW Interviews WHO Official About Antimicrobial Resistance

Global Health NOW: Resistance Fighter: A Q&A with Keiji Fukuda
“Delegates to last week’s 69th World Health Assembly heard copious reasons for the global community to fear the rising tide of antimicrobial resistance. However, Keiji Fukuda, WHO’s special representative on the issue, finds at least one reason for some cautious optimism: The world is finally waking up to the threat posed by AMR. … [T]he assistant director general took a few minutes to talk about AMR and prospects for global action with Brian W. Simpson, editor-in-chief of Global Health NOW…” (5/30).

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