AMR eNews | The Canadian Anti-infective Innovation Network (CAIN)


Diseases once easily treated with antibiotics are spreading across the globe and threatening the lives of millions, producing chronic health conditions, and costing the healthcare industry billions. The Canadian Anti-infective Innovation Network (CAIN) was formed with the purpose of leveraging Canada's innovative approaches and expertise to solve the expanding health crisis caused by antimicrobial resistance (AMR) infections.


CAIN's AMR eNews is an online aggregate newsletter designed to promote the latest news in both Canadian and international AMR research and policy. This monthly newsletter also provides learning resources and important information regarding upcoming AMR-related seminars and events taking place across the Canada. Read past editions and subscribe here.




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