Disease vs. drugs: How microbes are winning the war
Experts warn that a global health crisis is on the horizon as drugs available for once treatable diseases are losing their edge. The bacteria, viruses and parasites behind diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria and gonorrhea are fighting back by developing resistance to our arsenal of pharmaceuticals.
With the World Health Organization saying that we could be heading to a "post-antibiotic age," what infections are becoming a concern?
Report by Meera Senthilingam