John Zarocostas, an Australian national, is a Geneva-based independent international correspondent and broadcaster, with more than 20 years experience in covering international global issues, including world health, development and humanitarian issues. His news dispatches have been published in The Lancet, The BMJ, McClatchy Newspapers, the International Herald Tribune, The National Law Journal, The New York Times, The Straits Times, Lloyd's List, The Canberra Times, The Globe & Mail, The Times, The Irish Times,The Journal of Commerce, and the South China Morning Post.
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Q&A: World Bank warns that inaction on antimicrobial resistance could increase healthcare costs in developing countriesSubscription
Tim Evans from the World Bank Group talks about new research that shows how inaction on antimicrobial resistance could wipe out decades of healthcare gains and dramatically increase healthcare costs in developing countries.