Antibiotic resistant superbugs kill 32 plane-loads of people a week. We can all help fight back
You might think antibiotic resistance is something to worry about in the distant future. But it’s already having a deadly impact today.
The number of people dying globally every week from antibiotic resistant infections is equivalent to 32 Boeing 747s full of people. And if that sounds scary, the projections for the future are even scarier.