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Reports say antimicrobial resistance will kill 300 million people and cost the global economy of $100 trillion by 2050.
Plenty of companies offer solutions — like bacteria-killing baths for sponges, water-repellent surfaces or antimicrobial materials.
Maryland health officials said the money would be used for its work as a regional antimicrobial resistance laboratory that also serves Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania and Washington, DC.
Marc Sprenger, WHO's director of antimicrobial resistance, said there's an urgent need for drugs and tests to prevent, diagnose and treat gonorrhea.
Durable, easy-to-clean paints, antimicrobial stain-resistant rugs and more mean that a beautiful home and a furry pet are no longer incompatible.
The antimicrobial claims made about apple cider vinegar stem from the fermentation process.
No other animal’s blood has such powerful antimicrobial properties, and scientists still aren’t able to reproduce it in a lab.
Its mission includes tackling antimicrobial resistance, confronting the growing problems of obesity and diabetes, and reducing maternal and infant mortality during childbirth.
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