Defusing the Bug Bomb: Legal Strategies to Combat Antibiotic Resistant Infections

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As a University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law student and former CHHS Research Assistant, Andrew Geltman has focused on public health issues during his academic endeavors.  Published in the 2015 Journal of Health Care Law and Policy his article “Defusing the Bug Bomb: Legal Strategies to Combat Antibiotic Resistant Infections” explores legal strategies both to control the use of antibiotics, and to develop antibiotic drug therapies to halt the spread of antibiotic resistant infections from person to person.

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