• Sara Rimer

    Senior Contributing Editor

    Sara Rimer

    Sara Rimer spent 26 years as a reporter at the New York Times, where she wrote about education, the death penalty, immigration, and aging in America, and was the New England bureau chief. The Times nominated her for the Pulitzer Prize. Her coverage of the death penalty was cited by the Supreme Court in its 2002 ruling outlawing the execution of developmentally disabled individuals. Profile

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There is 1 comment on Preventing an Antibiotic Apocalypse

  1. I remember watching Frontline last year on PBS. They were talking about antibiotic resistant diseases and the need for newer antibiotics. Many who worked on antimicrobial drugs began losing their jobs as the pharmaceutical companies saw no money being made in R&D with a drug that someone would only take for 10-14 days.

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