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$3 million in Funding to Support Early-Stage Biomedtech Projects Focused on Minimising Antimicrobial Resistance Thanks to the CSIRO
Drug-resistant TB responds rapidly to bedaquiline-based therapy
Meningococcal Cases 26 February 2024
Zinc discovery holds promise for people with cystic fibrosis
Man eats raw chicken for 25 days – why isn’t he sick?
Bacteria can develop resistance to drugs they haven’t encountered before − scientists figured this out decades ago in a classic experiment
Revealing What Makes Bacteria Life-threatening
3 in 4 Adult Australians experience Gut Health Problems impacting their daily quality of life
Guild welcomes the addition of skin conditions to the Victorian pharmacist prescribing pilot
Thousands Getting Treatment As Pharmacy Pilot Expands
Cow has potential as therapeutic research model
Nanofiber bandages fight infection, speed healing
Machine learning to battle Covid bacterial co-infection
Top tips for staying healthy and well this long weekend
Hidden threat: the rise of deadly fungal pathogens
Hidden threat: rise of deadly fungal pathogens
Exploding kamikaze bacteria
Artificial intelligence has the potential to transform medicine
Take Precautions Against Buruli Ulcer This Summer
Meningococcal cases 12 January 2024
Viruses aren’t always harmful. 6 ways they’re used in health care and pest control
Grants will fund tuberculosis drug development
Christmas rush leads to rise in horror hand injuries
NSW latest urgent Care Service boost for Caringbah
Sexually transmissible infections on the rise, syphilis triples in a decade: report
WHO officially recognizes noma as a neglected tropical disease
Adult and child with meningococcal disease
Engineering ancestral antibiotics for the future
Do you really need antibiotics? Curbing our use helps fight drug-resistant bacteria
How the farm and social media helped a teen’s battle with Lyme disease
Major study in use of antibiotics with joint replacement
Study links deprivation with risk of dying from sepsis
Drug resistance may make common infections like thrush untreatable
WHO releases priorities for research and development of age-appropriate medicines for treatment of neglected tropical diseases
No, antibiotics aren’t always needed. Here’s how GPs can avoid overprescribing
Easier access to UTI and contraceptive pill medicines
World Antimicrobial Resistance Awareness Week: 18
World AMR Awareness Week: preventing antimicrobial resistance together
Antimicrobial Resistance: Silent Pandemic
Preserving antibiotics for future generations
Child with meningococcal disease 16 November
Preserving antimicrobials for the well-being of humans, animals, plants and ecosystems
Could new antibiotic clovibactin beat superbugs? Or will it join the long list of failed drugs?
Do you think you have a penicillin allergy? You might be wrong
Child with meningococcal disease 8 November
Celebrating NSW’s dedicated pathology staff
Whooping cough epidemic looms, warn experts
How do bacteria actually become resistant to antibiotics?