Committee
World Health Organization
Country
United Kingdom

Author

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Honourable chairs, distinguished delegates,


The problem of antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threats for today’s society and worringly, it is becoming more and more common. The cause of this issue begins with people misusing antibiotics, treating some diseases with antibiotics unnecesairly or not following health professionals instructions. That causes bacteria to become resistant for substantions that used to destroy them. If this problem will not be tackled, we will end up having bacteria and illneses that are fatal or extremely difficult to combat as well as being unable to conduct now routine surgeries or even transplants. However, since there is still some time to act upon this issue, there are actions that we can undertake in order to stop the antibiotic resista...

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