Friday 15 July 2016

Every Three Seconds Someone Will Be Killed by a Superbug

British government-commissioned report says drug companies must start investing in the creation of new antibiotic medicines or be fined, according to Reuters.

The new report says that if new antibiotics are not developed, someone will be killed by superbugs every three seconds by 2050.

It also predicted that by 2050, 10 million people will die every year just from antibiotic resistant infections, according to Reuters.

"The problem is that we are simply not developing enough new antibiotics and we are wasting the ones we have," reported Reuters.

Posted by Dr. Tim Sandle

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