Nordic politicians encouraged to place antibiotic resistance higher on the agenda

The Nordic Council presidency and the Commission for Welfare in the Nordics call for Nordic politicians to focus more on antimicrobial resistance.

President of the Nordic Council Bertel Haarder | Photo: Linda Johansen

Antibiotic resistance should be placed high on the political agenda, according to the Danish presidency for the Nordic Council and the Committee for Welfare in the Nordic Region.

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