By 2050, the mortality of bacteria exceeds the number of victims from malignant tumors

Already by the year 2050, the risk of bacterial infections will increase significantly. Scientists from the organization Rand Europe and the audit firm KPMG suggest that the bacteria by this time will kill more than 10 million people each year.

Superbugs are special types resistant to most antibiotics and antiseptics. Simple treatment and processing of contaminated land in the event of such bacterial contamination are not effective. The race between resistant bacteria and antibiotics new generation finally has to push the medicine into a deadlock. The first fruits of the disaster, according to scientists, the world knows already by 2050.

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To develop new drugs against bacteria need more than 100 trillion dollars. According to statistics, in 2012, from bacterial infections in 2012 died 8.2 million people.

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