Drug-resistant infections kill 35,000 people a year in Europe
Drug-resistant bacteria as a cause of death is a serious concern for the world, scientists say.
By Thomas Mulier, bloomberg
Drug-resistant ailments kill 35,000 people a year in Europe, according to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, which called for the responsible use of antibiotics and antivirals to help fight the rising threat.
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