The United Nations is now calling “superbugs” a global crisis.
In a new report, leaders said 700,000 people die from drug-resistant diseases worldwide every year.
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The tolerance is making diseases more difficult to treat and surgeries riskier to perform.
A professor at the Yale School of Public Health says more needs to be done system-wide to protect against superbugs.