U.K. leader calls for global effort against drug-resistant infections

07/2/2014 | NewsDaily

U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron says an international campaign is needed to combat the misuse of antibiotics and the rising threat of drug-resistant infections. He announced the creation of an independent commission led by Jim O'Neill, former Goldman Sachs chief economist, to examine why the antibiotic pipeline is so small. "We are in danger of going back to the Dark Ages in medicine, to see infections that were treatable not be treatable," Cameron said.

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