Antimicrobial Resistance—Addressing An Evolving Public Health Threat

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR), whereby a bacteria, virus, parasite or fungi becomes resistant to the antimicrobial drug that treats it, is recognized as one of greatest global threats to human and animal health and safety. In Vietnam, PATH is tackling this ever-evolving threat from all sides, through a range of cross-sectoral approaches.

Publication date: May 2018

Antimicrobial Resistance—Addressing An Evolving Public Health Threat

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