UK Government promises more funding to fight superbugs

The UK government has agreed an extra £10 million to fight antimicrobial resistance (AMR) at home and abroad.

•£9 million to the Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND)
•£1.5 million funding for a fellowship programme in developing countries to build capacity for calculating and mitigating the economic cost of AMR
•£1 million to an International Reference Centre providing practical support to developing countries to improve their ability to collect data on AMR to better tackle it across human health, animal health, agriculture and the environment

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