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Inappropriate prescribing was much higher at non-teaching clinics vs teaching clinics.
In a review of recent cases, experts report a shorter time to ICU and death.
The test could reduce the likelihood of antibiotic-pathogen mismatch by almost 67%.
The products include 3 new classes of small-molecule antibiotics.
Vaccines are unavailable at least once a month, and 19% to 38% of shipments have temperature issues.
Two studies suggest DSM265 is a medium-potency, slowly eliminated, well-tolerated antimalarial.
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