Since there are few phage experts in developing countries, where the greatest number of antibiotic-resistant deaths will occur, we bring that phage expertise to the developing world:

Predicted number of deaths in each country by 2050

Our Mission

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Tackling a Crisis for the Health and Wealth of Nations, 2014

By 2050 over 4 million people will die each year in Africa and in Asia from antibiotic resistance

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Since most phage experts are not in developing countries where the greatest number of antibiotic-resistant deaths will occur, our mission is to bring those experts and that expertise to the developing world

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Focusing on Intellectual Property in the following areas:

Did You Know?

By 2050 an estimated 10 million people will die each year from antibiotic resistant infections.
Approximately 90% of those deaths will be in developing countries in Africa and Asia.
Our goal is to decrease those numbers by bringing phage technology to developing world scientists.
 

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