"...In September at the United Nations General Assembly, HHS Secretary Alex Azar remarked that on behalf of the United States government, the U.S. was thankful that at the one-year mark of the CDC’s AMR Challenge (which includes a One Health approach) almost 35 countries have joined the collective fight to establish responsible antibiotic use, improve infection control, and partner to improve sanitation. Out of the more then 350 commitments to the movement, multinational organizations such as McDonalds and Yum! Brands are working to decrease the use of antibiotics in their meet and food production...."

CDC Report Suggests Antibacterial Resistance Could Undo Almost A Century Of Progress

According to the World Health Organization, antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is one the globe's top 10 public health threats. Noting that the ability to ...