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Anyone remember those original HIV/Aids Advertisements?
By 2050, antimicrobial resistance could reduce global GDP by up to 3.5% – a cumulative cost of $100 trillion and 10m people a year could die globally as a result – which is more than currently die from cancer each year.  Appearing in Washington, D.C. to discuss international action to tackle the growing problem of antibiotics becoming powerless against common infections, the Chancellor said the reimbursement models for antibiotics & diagnostics are ‘broken’ and called for a global overhaul.
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HMT:  Antimicrobial resistance a deadly threat, warns Chancellor

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Scary British AIDS PIF (Don't Die of Ignorance - 1987

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