Superbugs are drug-resistant infections and have been called one of the biggest threats to global health and development. The overuse of antibiotics has led to the spread of drug-resistance, and could affect millions of people around the world, especially in developing countries.About the team @TBIJsuperbugs
Lord Jim O'Neill, who chaired the government's review into superbugs, discusses how we can tackle the crisis
The Bureau talks to Dame Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer for England
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Lord Jim O’Neill wants International Monetary Fund to think about superbugs when carrying out in-country assessments
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