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The stark impact of antimicrobial resistance is all around us. Just a few weeks ago, a woman in the US who could not be treated with any available antibiotics (26 to be precise) died. And recently, results of a study demonstrated that four patients had malaria that was resistant to the most commonly used antimalarial in the UK. Similarly, we are seeing outbreaks of both gonorrhoea and fungal infections that are multi-resistant.
Diane Ashiru-Oredope is pharmacist lead for antimicrobial resistance and stewardship at Public Health England.
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