Pew, Stakeholders Continue to Urge Congressional Hearing on Antimicrobial Resistance

Organizations reiterate importance of economic incentives to fight superbugs

Urging for A Congressional Hearing on Antimicrobial Resistance

The Pew Charitable Trusts joined more than 70 organizations urging the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce to convene a hearing on the worsening crisis of antimicrobial resistance. A letter sent to the committee Jan. 10 reiterates the group’s previous call for a hearing, highlighting the need to discuss potential economic solutions to the market challenges that affect antimicrobial drug development, as well as policies to strengthen antimicrobial stewardship, surveillance, research, and infection prevention.

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