Yesterday Chancellor George Osborne appeared as part of an expert panel in Washington, D.C. to discuss international action to tackle the growing problem of antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
Speaking at the event, the Chancellor said:
“My message here at the IMF meeting in Washington is that we need the world’s governments and industry leaders to work together in radical new ways.
We have to dramatically shift incentives for pharmaceutical companies and others to create a long-term solution to this problem, with new rewards, funded globally, that support the development of new antibiotics and ensure access to antibiotics in the developing world.”
Watch the session in full below.
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