For only the fourth time in its 70-year history, the United Nations is holding a special meeting devoted to a health crisis.
It's discussing the rise of drug-resistant bacteria and how to treat them.
Doctors and scientists have long warned about the problem, which is being propelled by the way antibiotics are misused.
And that's threatening the lives of millions of people around the world - along with the global economic output.
So, what can be done to stop the threat of drug-resistant bacteria?
Presenter: Adrian Finighan
Sally Davies - Chief medical officer for England
Jim O'Neill - Chairman of the UK-commissioned review on antimicrobial resistance
Rohit Malpani - Director of policy and analysis for Doctors Without Borders
Christophe Wiart - Specialist in the discovery of antibiotics in southeast Asia
Source: Al Jazeera News