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Fighting 'Superbugs' With Next Generation Antibiotics

July 17, 2014, Law360

Dan Speigel and Anne Pence co-authored this article on the use of antibiotics.

"Alarmed by the real health, economic and security risks associated with “superbugs” that are resistant to antibiotics — the lynchpins of modern medicine — President Obama has included anti-microbial resistance as a focus of his 26-nation partnership Global Health Security Agenda. He recently announced a Sept. 26, 2014, White House international conference that will highlight the countries’ commitment to prevent, detect and respond to infectious disease threats, including efforts to combat antibiotic resistant bacteria."

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