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The Latin American Network for Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance (ReLAVRA by its Spanish acronym) was formally established in 1996 by the WHO/PAHO regional office and partnering member states. The goal was to inform AMR prevention and control policies and interventions in the region, through the ongoing collection of reliable, comparable, and reproducible AMR data. Initially, the network constituted 8-designated national reference laboratories (NRLs), in 8-member states.; More information

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