Antibiotic resistance surveillance in the Philippines has moved into the genomic era, enabling better tracking of dangerous bacteria. Researchers have set up local DNA sequencing and analysis of drug resistant bacteria in the Philippines, enhancing ongoing national infection control. The genomic capacity has tracked the spread of resistance to last-line antibiotics and identified drug resistant infections in a hospital baby unit, helping control the outbreak.
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