Cultured Connections


Discover Your Regional Bioscience Community

07/01/2019

We are fortunate in Oregon to have Oregon Bioscience, supporting the regional bioscience community.
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Fostering excellence in the veterinary profession

06/28/2019

The veterinary profession, in both its public and private sectors, has a crucial role to play in confronting antimicrobial resistance, particularly in overseeing the prescription and delivery of antimicrobial products.
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UK Government pledges £32 million in fight against AMR

06/28/2019

Along with a cash infusion for UK-led research, parliament will appoint global experts, including Chief Medical Officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies as UK special envoy on AMR. By committing to accelerate the UK’s work against AMR, ten leading research centers across the county will explore new ways to inform prescribing and resistance pattern identification.
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WHO launches latest campaign against AMR

06/28/2019

The World Health Organization (WHO), recently launched the AWaRe online portal. Designed to raise the proportion of global antibiotics in the Access group to at least 60%, while reducing the use of those most at risk of resistance.
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We depend on our animals for health and happiness

04/05/2019

Human health and welfare are closely aligned with the health of the animals that live with and around us. Human health and quality of life are impacted by our farm and service animal community, our companion animals, as well as the wild animals that live in the water and land around us. Equally important, animals also have a right to a healthy life!
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Celebrating Health as a human right – equal for all.

04/03/2019

The growing social and economic empowerment of women around the world has given focus to women’s health issues, specifically to reproductive health and sexually transmitted infections.
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The burden of gonorrhea in developing nations

04/03/2019

The global burden of sexually-transmitted infections (STIs) to health and development is often overlooked as a public health priority. These infections, often silent and without symptoms, can result in serious or fatal health consequences.
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