Wired explores how a team of researchers were testing the best antibiotic regimen for preventing trachoma, a blinding bacterial infection, and discovered mass prescribing antibiotics was saving lives. The downside? Antibiotic resistance.
ARAC in the News
A new study questions whether giving antibiotics to healthy children in poor countries is a good idea. ARAC Director Dr. Lance Price weighs in: "The upside is you're immediately saving lives. But you're doing it at the risk of not being able to save lives in the future."
NBC News reports on how “nightmare bacteria” with the power to resist most antibiotics are popping up across the U.S. ARAC Director Dr. Lance Price notes how new, aggressive policies can help stop them from spreading.
A new report shows how antibiotic use is on the rise especially in low-income countries. ARAC Director Dr. Lance Price explains how the more we use antibiotics, the more we are going to encourage the growth of these bacteria that are resistant to them.
WASHINGTON, DC (March 16, 2018): Today, it was announced that U.S. Representative Louise Slaughter (NY-D) has died. In response, the following statement was released by Dr. Lance B. Price, director of the Antibiotic Resistance Action Center and professor at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University: