Superbugs could render even the most routine procedures deadly, warns chief medical officer

The Telegraph | 5/22/2018 | Paul Nuki
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The NHS may soon be unable to safely offer caesareans and hip operations because of soaring levels of antibiotic resistance in British hospitals, the chief medical officer for England is warning.

Professor Dame Sally Davies’s comments come as the Department of Health pledged £30m to fund the fight against deadly superbugs through investment in cutting-edge drugs and diagnostics.

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