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The first-ever global guidelines aim to prevent 3 types of superbugs in healthcare settings.
The report shows increasing trends in several bacteria, most notably in rates of combined resistance for E coli.
Bulgaria and South Africa report outbreaks, and the USDA approves the first poultry DNA vaccine.
The study of people in Salvador, Brazil, shows infection rates exceeding 60% in many populations.
The report shows a first-time drop in medically important antibiotic use in animals.
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