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AMR Industry Alliance Fourth Progress Report

Published in: AMR Industry Alliance website (February 2024)

Posted on rand.org Feb 8, 2024

by Frances Wu, Daniel Lee, Sonja Marjanovic

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2023 AMR Industry Alliance Progress Survey: Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance

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2023 AMR Industry Alliance Progress Survey: Manufacturing and the Environment

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The AMR Industry Alliance's Progress Report reflects on collective achievements from the life sciences industry to minimize the spread of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Findings from the leading coalition of biotechnology, diagnostics, generic and large research-based pharmaceutical companies indicate continued focus and leadership from the life sciences sector. Industry is helping to shape a positive future outlook in the fight against AMR but continued cross-sector collaborations along with policy and regulatory changes toward a more sustainable marketplace are needed. The report's findings represent collective results from across Alliance membership on their current AMR activities related to research and science, access, appropriate use, and manufacturing and the environment. The report was conducted by RAND Europe.

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