Research & Analysis
At the 70th World Health Assembly (WHA), held in Geneva from May 22 to 31, antimicrobial resistance (AMR) remained high on the agenda. Building on commitments from world leaders at last year’s United Nations General Assembly meeting, the WHA brought together stakeholders from around the world—including government officials, nongovernmental organizations, public health experts, and... Read More
The fiscal year 2018 budget blueprint released by the Trump administration proposes cuts that, if adopted by Congress, would undermine efforts critical to protecting the health of Americans. Pew works on a number of public health issues that could be affected. Read More
Nontraditional products are unlikely to fully substitute or replace antibiotic use but could provide new treatment options for patients through combined use with antibiotics or as a means of preventing an infection from taking hold. Questions remain regarding how nontraditional products should be tested for safety and efficacy, and how they could be used appropriately in the clinical setting. Read More
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