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RESEARCHER SPOTLIGHT
Ramanan Laxminarayan
Laxminarayan outlines his research on public health concerns, particularly antibiotic resistance and eradication of malaria.
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Related Subtopics: Risk Regulation

Drug Resistance: A Global Challenge to Disease Control and Eradication
RFF First Wednesday Seminar
May 5, 2010

Drug Resistance: A Global Challenge to Disease Control and EradicationDrugs to treat bacterial infections, malaria, and viruses are losing efficacy to pathogen resistance. The past decade has seen significant investment in new tools like drugs and vaccines but relatively little maintenance of existing tools to protect them.  Resistance has emerged to artemisinins, the recommended first-line treatment against malaria in most parts of the world, and has also grown rapidly in the case of antibiotics. How can the world coordinate to address the threat of depleting drug effectiveness? Who bears the cost of decreasing drug effectiveness? And what will the world look like in 10 to 20 years with and without global efforts to contain resistance? 

 

 

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Introduction
Mark A. Cohen, Senior Fellow and Vice President of Research, Resources For the Future

Panel
Ramanan Laxminarayan, Senior Fellow and Director, Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics, and Policy, Resources for the Future
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Kevin Outterson, Boston University School of Law
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Rachel Nugent, Deputy Director, Global Health, Center for Global Development
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