Removing Antimicrobial Resistance from the WHO’s ‘Pandemic Treaty’ will Leave Humanity Extremely Vulnerable to Future Pandemics

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Director of the AMR Policy Accelerator, Dr. Susan Rogers Van Katwyk‘s latest commentary in The Conversation Canada emphasizes the criticality of addressing antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in the WHO’s Pandemic Instrument. Urgent measures to conserve antimicrobial effectiveness are imperative for pandemic preparedness. Governments must endorse bold actions to safeguard antimicrobials within the instrument, lest we compromise its overarching goal of shielding nations and communities from future pandemics.


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