For those who've been sounding the alarm about the worrisome rise in drug-resistant bacteria, the upcoming United Nations (UN) General Assembly meeting on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a welcome recognition of the gravity of the problem and the need for action. But for many observers, the question that lingers is what that action will look like.
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