A new multidisciplinary research project led by the former head of economic research for Goldman Sachs estimates the global toll of antibiotic resistance will average ten million deaths per year, with a cumulative sacrifice of at least $100 trillion in gross national product, by 2050. In short, the threat of antibiotic resistance is bigger than that of cancer, and at least as serious a threat to society as terrorism. How did we get here? What are the possible solutions? How can you make the most of this situation? We’ll show you.
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