Antimicrobial Resistance: Drivers, Diagnostics and DNA
List Apr 15, 2019
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a huge global problem, leading to thousands of deaths each year and threatening our ability to treat an ever-increasing range of infections.
Combating AMR is going to take coordinated action of different approaches, such as improved public education and national action plans, greater surveillance, improved diagnostics, and the ability to harness advances in genomics and big data.
Download this list to learn about:
- Factors driving the spread of AMR
- The part diagnostics has to play in combating AMR
- How genomics and machine learning could provide helpful insights
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