58000 CHILDREN DIE ANNUALLY DUE TO ANTIBIOTICS
15 Nov 2019
The Centre for Disease Dynamics, Economics and Policy states that the antibiotic resistance medications kill over 58,000 children per year in India and also the untreated waste drugs are just thrown away causing damages to the aquatic life and environments. Jyoti Joshi, Head South Asia of CDDEP has said that, India has the elevation for antibiotics by 103% and this has ended up in a modern-day serious crisis and also for a weak network for novel medication of antibiotics. Though India is known as the pharmacy of the globe the other side has the toxic effects of pollutants in rivers and the environment.