Globally, drug-resistant bacterial infections killed over 1.2 million people and played a role in 4.95 million deaths in 2019. By 2050, superbugs are expected to kill more than 10 million people each year, outpacing annual deaths from cancer.
The PASTEUR Act establishes a subscription-style model for the U.S. government to secure a reliable supply of novel antimicrobials to address the…Read More
Antibiotic-resistant infections contributed to nearly 5 million deaths in 2019. In 2020, hospital-onset drug-resistant infections and deaths jumped 15% as…Read More
What is the superbug crisis? Superbugs are bacteria or fungi that are resistant to antibiotics and other treatments, a process…Read More