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ARAC in the News
Wired explores how new data shows that urgent-care and walk-in clinics play a big role in overprescribing antibiotics. But in a surprising turn, the urgent-care industry is rallying to change that, with a tech-assisted push.
NPR highlights new research that some bacteria are becoming "more tolerant" of hand sanitizers. ARAC Director notes how "soap and water should be our number-one protection."
NBC News reports on a new study that suggests drug-resistant superbugs may have just learned a new trick. Our CMO, Dr. Cindy Liu noted “The jury’s still out as to whether this should raise a major alarm."
ARAC Deputy Director Laura Rogers highlights ARAC's work in urgent care and a challenge faced by urgent care - patient expectation for antibiotics.