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Fighting antibiotic resistance

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Antibiotic resistance is poorly documented in developing countries, even though they bear a high burden of infectious disease. What can they do to tackle the problem? And how can new drug development best be encouraged?

Feature

Antibiotic resistance and the developing world

Many factors are increasing antibiotic resistance, and authorities, doctors and patients all have a role in fighting it, writes ...

26/03/08

Feature

Antibiotic resistance: Frequently asked questions

Priya Shetty answers some common questions surrounding antibiotic resistance, and the dangers for the developing world.

25/03/08

Opinion

Antibiotic resistance calls for better diagnostic labs

Tackling antibiotic resistance requires well-run diagnostic laboratories, says Pradeep Seth.

19/03/08

Opinion

Reducing antibiotics not enough to stem resistance

Reducing antibiotic use is not enough to curb the rise of resistance in the developing world, say Zulfiqar A. ...

19/03/08

Editorials

Surveillance vital for tackling antibiotic resistance

International surveillance systems are needed to curb the rise of antibiotic resistance.

18/03/08

Opinion

Prizes, not prices, to stimulate antibiotic R&D

With the worldwide growth of resistance, new antibiotics are increasingly needed. But R&D can be expensive and time-consuming, says ...

18/03/08