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The global medical community has been "too complacent" with antibiotic resistance, leaving the health of future generations at great risk, Good Morning Britain's medical expert has warned.
Dr Hilary Jones said diseases like E Coli, malaria and tuberculosis could kill "half a million people" across Europe and the United States alone if new drugs were not developed.
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Drug-resistant superbugs will cost the world economy $100 trillion by 2050 and could lead to and extra 10 million deaths per year.
Drug-resistant infections will cost the world 10 million extra deaths a year & $100 trillion by 2050, if the global increase is not stopped.