Drug resistant infections: How do we beat superbugs?
Superbugs are currently responsible for 700,000 deaths globally each year- and a study is warning that drug resistant infections will kill an extra 10m people a year by 2050.
The figures have prompted calls for urgent action. Professor Brendan Wren, one of the scientists working on a response, explains the issue. And Professor Janet Hemingway spoke to BBC Breakfast about what it means for human health.
11 Dec 2014
- From the section Health