Better Control of Drug-Resistant Germs Could Save Thousands of Lives: CDC: – TUESDAY, Aug. 4, 2015 – – An immediate, focused effort to halt the spread of antibiotic-resistant germs could conserve tens of thousands of lives and prevent hundreds of thousands of new infections over the next five years, a fresh government report suggests. As many as 37,000 lives could possibly be saved, and 619,000 new infections prevented, if community health departments and health care facilities form tight support networks to quickly identify and address emerging outbreaks of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, said report author Dr cialisgenerique.org .
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