MORE than 250 global food and health leaders representing the public and private sectors gathered at the One Health Summit Sept. 21-22 in Washington, D.C., and declared priorities to help combat antimicrobial resistance as part of efforts to produce a sustainable food supply.
The summit was the next step in an initiative begun last June, when leaders from across the human and animal health industries gathered at the White House Forum on Antibiotic
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