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.This content is for TRENDS SUBSCRIPTION members only.
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