Tuesday, Nov. 23 Antibiotics Reform

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Antibiotics Reform: Last week the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention launched a campaign to stop the overuse of antibiotics—which are quickly becoming useless in a war against resistant infections. While Aaron Kesselheim, instructor in medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Kevin Outterson, associate professor at the Boston University Schools of Law and Public Health, applaud the CDC’s efforts, they also say that to win the war against so-called Superbugs, we need to change not only our behavior regarding antibiotic use, but also the business of manufacturing and selling these drugs. Only then—they said in a recent Boston Globe Op-Ed—can we “preserve the power of antibiotics so that these drugs will still work in the future.”
  Read Aaron Kesselheim and Kevin Outterson's Boston Globe Op-Ed

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