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Antimicrobial Resistance: Issues and Options

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Antimicrobial Resistance: Issues and Options
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Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0309060842
ISBN-13: 9780309060844
Number of pages: 128

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Antibiotic resistance is neither a surprising nor a new phenomenon. It is an increasingly worrisome situation, however, because resistance is growing and accelerating while the world's tools for combating it decrease in power and number.

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