Antibiotic resistance is a global problem. No new drugs have been produced since the 1980s. So who is to blame? The public's over-consumption or the economics of Pharma companies?
Antibiotic resistance is a global problem but there have been no new drugs produced since the 1980s. So who is to blame? The public's over-consumption or the current economic model for drug research and production? Evan Davis and guests discuss.
Seema Patel, Medical Director, Hospital Business, Pfizer, UK, Ireland and the Nordics
Lord Jim O'Neill, Chair Anti-Microbial Resistance Review (2016), Former Chief Economist, Goldman Sachs
Professor Colin Garner, Co Founder and Director, Antibiotic Research UK