Summit calls for national body and the recognition antibiotic-resistant superbugs are a patient safety issue

Australia needs a national body to coordinate work to slow the spread of superbugs, experts say.

An infectious diseases specialist, Prof Lindsay Grayson, says Australia is at a crossroads in dealing with the rise of antimicrobial resistance, which the World Health Organisation has called a global crisis.

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