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DIA 2019 Global Annual Meeting

San Diego Convention Center

DIA Drives Debates and Solutions at the Crossroads of Healthcare

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DIA Europe 2019 annual meeting heads to Vienna, Austria in February

The Fight Against Antimicrobial Resistance: International Regulatory Convergence

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The direct and indirect economic damage from antimicrobial resistance could amount to an annual loss in global GDP similar to the loss during the 2008 global financial crisis, according to the 2017 World Bank Report.