Several years under the wing of the Danish Ministry of Health have come to an end for the International Centre of Antimicrobial Resistance Solutions (ICARS), it reports in a press release.
The international organization, which researches solutions to antimicrobial resistance (AMR), advising and collaborating with low- and middle-income countries in particular, has now been freed from its governmental shackles, gaining "independence as a self-governing organization", it states.
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