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Antibiotic-resistant infections: we can be part of the problem or solution, say experts
UK health officials are warning of a "hidden pandemic" of antibiotic-resistant infections if people fail to act responsibly after Covid, as reported in BBC News today. School of Life Sciences experts at the forefront of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) research offer their expert comment.
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