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TATFAR Report-Recommendations for Collaboration in the Global Fight Against Antimicrobial Resistance.

Antimicrobial resistance, or the ability of microorganisms to withstand treatment with drugs to which they were once susceptible, is a significant public health problem. In response to this threat and further to the call for strengthened transatlantic cooperation against this issue as expressed during the 2009 EU and US Summit, the Transatlantic Taskforce on Antimicrobial Resistance (TATFAR) published its report on 22 September 2012, the report includes a set of 17 recommendations in three key areas for future cooperation in the global fight to keep antimicrobials effective.

A list of major ongoing activities being undertaken by the EU and the US which provide opportunities to learn from each other, points to areas of future collaboration and highlights novel and highly successful projects is also presented in the report.

TATFAR Documents

 
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