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UK calls for international action on antimicrobial resistance

The UK delegation to the World Health Assembly in Geneva, led by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt and Chief Medical Officer… Read more »

Chloramphenicol use remains 40% higher ‘due to OTC status’

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BSAC Chair in Public Engagement secures unprecedented press coverage o...

Professor Laura Piddock, Director of Antibiotic Action was invited to give comment and interviews on the need for the discovery… Read more »

BSAC Chair in Public Engagement secures unprecedented press coverage o...

Professor Laura Piddock, Director of Antibiotic Action was invited to give comment and interviews on the need for the discovery… Read more »

Bang Goes the Theory – BBC primetime tackles fears about future ...

In response to recent fears about the future of antibiotics, the BBC Bang Goes The Theory team investigated germs and… Read more »

Bang Goes The Theory – BBC Prime time tackles fears about future...

In response to recent fears about the future of antibiotics, the BBC Bang Goes The Theory team investigated germs and… Read more »

Antimicrobial resistance poses ‘catastrophic threat’, says Chief M...

Antibiotic Action supports comments made by England’s  Chief Medical Officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies in the second volume of her… Read more »

Online dispensing of antibiotics threatens future of medicine – ...

BSAC Council has debated the potential harm that new initiatives aimed at widening access to medicines can cause.  The Society… Read more »

BBC Newsnight – Battling the Bacterial Threat to Modern Medicin...

BBC Newsnight tacked the issued of the bacterial threat to modern medicine – resistance and lack of new antibiotics.  In… Read more »

MOOC Press Announcement

News Release – 18 Nov 2014

MOOC launched

registration formNews Release – 18 Nov 2014