Vaccines and Antibiotics
The global increase in disease caused by drug-resistant bacteria, due to overuse and misuse of antibiotics, is a major public health concern. It is more difficult and costly to treat antibiotic-resistant infections and people do not always recover.
Vaccinating humans and animals is a very effective way to stop them from getting infected and thereby preventing the need for antibiotics.Making better use of existing vaccines and developing new vaccines are important ways to tackle antibiotic resistance and reduce preventable illness and deaths.
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