Drugmakers aim to curb release of antibiotic waste into the environment

New guidelines put forth by a pharmaceutical coalition aim to limit the overexposure to antibiotics that increases resistance – a problem costing a million lives a year across the globe.
Photo: Daniel Karmann/AP/Ritzau Scanpix
Photo: Daniel Karmann/AP/Ritzau Scanpix
By James Paton, bloomberg

A coalition of drugmakers is introducing new standards aimed at curbing the release of antibiotic waste into the environment amid growing concerns over drug resistance that’s been linked to more than a million annual deaths globally.

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