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"The Netflix Model" for antibiotics
The antibiotics market is "fragile and broken," but governments are considering some fixes.
The free market is failing us on antibiotics
The free market is pretty simple: There’s supply, there’s demand, they meet somewhere in the middle. If there’s a need, there’s a product. But sometimes, that system breaks down, as it has in the market for antibiotics.
With overuse of antibiotics, superbugs continue to evolve
As antibiotics are overused and misused, superbugs keep evolving.
The antibiotics industry is in trouble. Operation Warp Speed may hold some solutions.
The antibiotics sector needs a revitalizing shot. The U.S. government's response to COVID may hold some answers.
Got a cold or the flu? Think twice about antibiotics
Why overprescribing antibiotics is increasing fears of "super bugs."
Drug-resistant infections threaten economy
The World Bank has stressed the threat of drug-resistant infections.
Sherwin-Williams wants germ-killing walls in hospitals
The company says its new paint kills 99.9 percent of infection-causing bacteria.
Tyson cuts antibiotics in chickens, are hogs next?
Eliminating routine antibiotic use is most challenging in cattle
The Micky-D ripple effect
Now that McDonalds is promising us antibiotic free chicken, who else will join?
Merck invests in new antibiotics
Pharmaceutical companies have stayed away from developing new antibiotics even though deaths from drug-resistant infections are rising.