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Prince William Takes Charge in the Fight Against Antimicrobial Resistance

As Prince William gears up for his upcoming US visit in September, he has made a powerful announcement on social media.

The future king revealed his new patronage, which holds great significance in the global fight against antimicrobial resistance.

Taking to Twitter and Instagram, Prince William expressed his commitment to the cause, stating that over one million people die yearly due to antimicrobial resistance.

He proudly shared that he has become the Patron of The Fleming Centre, a vital institution that aims to drive a global movement to tackle this urgent issue.

“The Fleming Centre will educate, inspire, and catalyze action to solve this problem,” Prince William declared.

He emphasized the importance of this initiative in bringing attention to the critical issue of antimicrobial resistance and its devastating impact on human health.

By accepting this new role, Prince William solidifies his dedication to raising awareness and finding solutions for the global health challenge.

His involvement with The Fleming Centre will further strengthen the efforts to preserve the effectiveness of antimicrobial treatments and protect communities worldwide.

The significance of The Fleming Centre holds a special place in Prince William’s heart, as it is closely linked to the hospital where he, along with his children Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, was born – St Mary’s Hospital.

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