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Drug-resistant Bacteria in Japan Results in 8,000 Deaths

Prime Minister Abe Places "Cap" in New Visas - Foreign Workers

The overuse of antibiotics in Japan has now come back to haunt the public, according to recent studies. A team at the Center Hospital of the National Center for Global Health and Medicine collected data and it now has become clear that some bacteria are immune to key medicines. New resistance mechanisms are emerging and spreading globally but Japan needs to beef up its systems to protect its citizens. A growing list of infections are becoming harder if not impossible to treat with antibiotics that are becoming less effective. More on this topic in the coming weeks as it is a global and now a growing problem.

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