The budget blueprint
released recently from the Trump administration, while containing a few rays of
hope, also provides significant cause for concern. As with any budget
blueprint, this is a proposal, and one that is sure to face a great deal of
scrutiny as it moves through the legislative process. IDSA will continue to
advocate for the funding necessary to keep the public safe from infectious
diseases and continue important research progress. Also, read about the
upcoming March for Science around the nation. Join us!
Sparrow was only 15 months old when a drug-resistant infection took his life.
Since that dreadful day in 2004, his mother, Everly Macario, has shared her
story countless times to help raise awareness about antimicrobial resistance
and to garner the resources needed to help other children and adults. IDSA’s
new report shares Simon’s story and many others, helping to put a face on the
for submitting original research abstracts or case reports for IDWeek 2017 is 5 p.m.
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