The declining antibiotics pipeline and rising antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a grave public health threat. Bacteria are evolving rapidly and becoming resistant to antibiotics due to overuse, and not enough antibiotics are being developed to keep up. A recent report projects if current rates of AMR emergence persist, by 2050, 10 million lives will be lost annually due to highly evolved and resistant bacteria known as “superbugs.” The PASTEUR Act is a bipartisan federal legislation being introduced to stop them. To learn more visit tinyurl.com/pasteuract
fDIP is thrilled to invite you to our first installment of our Rx: AdvocacyAction on Monday, May 24 at 7:30-9 PM ET where we learn about pressing threats to health, get trained on how to advocate, and raise our voices to make patient-centric policy change happen.
We are partnering with the Infectious Disease Society of America, the Pew Charitable Trusts, and the Partnership to Fight Infectious Disease for this training. Join us to learn how to leverage your unique lens to drive policy change that saves lives.
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