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  Animal Health matters  
It’s WHO World Antibiotic Awareness week (13th-19th November). As WHO identifies antimicrobial resistance (AMR) as a significant threat to global health, we’re taking a look at what the animal health sector is doing to help overcome it.

HealthforAnimals and our Members recently launched our ‘Commitments and Actions on Antibiotic Use’ Statement. It outlines our five underlying principles for antibiotic use and is supported by organizations representing over 200 companies and 700,000 veterinarians worldwide. Read this month’s lead article to discover five ways this is changing how we tackle AMR.

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Why does animal health matter?
We spoke to Professor Luca Guardabassi, a specialist in antimicrobial resistance in companion animals and Member of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) One Health committee, to understand how pets can impact antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in humans and why they could help us better preserve our antibiotics.
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Antimicrobial resistance threatens our ability to treat even common infectious diseases and puts millions at risk. The number of antibiotics are limited, so we must act now to secure the future. Support this by sharing our Twitter Cards on your social feeds.
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