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IAEA 8h
Indonesia moves towards licensing new radiopharmaceutical for accurate and fast detection of ūüďĚ
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AUC3I 14h
Representing the countries of West and Central Africa I participated in the Board Meeting to define the new strategies to eliminate & in the world strengthen health systems and so make life triumph
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Michael PG Schultz Nov 13
Honoured to be part of the ‚Ā¶‚Ā© review team for the upcoming guideline on Intestinal . An increasing problem also in developed countries especially due to travel, migration and the use of immunosuppressive drugs
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NebojŇ°a Bogdanovińá 16h
Excited about the first of its kind in Singapore, International symposium "From crisis to cures: New approaches to tuberculosis drug discovery" organized by Prof. G. Gruber group . PM for the program
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TB/HIV Activist Ganesh Acharya Nov 13
Himanchal Pradesh will be TB free by 2022.Its excellent target but TB is highest killer in State. TB People should access DST guided treatment and patient centric approach! Stop deaths!
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edgar allan poe in the h0se Nov 8
step mom just died gone
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RxPharmacist 12h
Replying to @RxPharms
The main causes of alcohol-related deaths in the 15-to-49 age group were , road injuries and self-harm, the study found. For those older than 50, the leading alcohol-related cause of death was .
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CRDF Global Nov 16
We are honored to be working with to strengthen prevention efforts in support of .
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Health Literacy Nov 17
Surviving : Urgent need to provide easier access to new drugs, says a patient advocate. Clinical trials for new drugs have not been completed but may be essential in helping India eliminate TB by 2025. MT
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The Global Fund 17h
Ending means tackling the world’s most deadly infectious disease. Every year 10 million people fall sick with TB. Finding and treating everyone is part of the solution to end .
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Health Literacy Nov 17
Use of Geographically Weighted Poisson Regression to examine the effect of distance on incidence: A case study in Nam Dinh, MT
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Rich H 16h
, Some of these Trapper outfits are just brilliant. Packing the Bullgator waistcoat and boots with this pretty fetching Bison ensemble...
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RupalHospital Nov 17
of the genital tract occurs quite commonly following tuberculosis infection anywhere else in the body. When the infection invades the reproductive...
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Imperial Department of Medicine Nov 17
Anti-inflammatory drug prednisone reduces key complication risk in HIV-positive patients, according to new research published in
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TB/HIV Activist Ganesh Acharya Nov 16
India contributes to about 25% of all ,MDR/RR cases&deaths globally. Its time to invest enough fund for R&D!
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Sheila Caldwell 6h
Thank you for sharing this story of the who risked their lives for the patients they cared for... . Truly a pleasure to meet you
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Lie Todd Nov 17
RT tracesdreams: Last year, we spoke to sociocerebral about his on .  Last week, Andrey Solodov surprised us with this . And tomorrow, we are posting a new conversation with Paul. Stay tuned. Full in…
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CPAR Uganda Ltd Nov 13
"Moving stories that speak to real world," wrote Dr. Abel Nkolo, reacting to briefing on research findings of its funded project. Read ...
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Microbes&Infection Nov 17
The withdrawal of a major international aid organization threatens to leave tens of thousands of patients in North Korea without the medication they need and could spiral into a crisis if it is not addressed soon,
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Roslin_Epi 12h
Rebecca Callaby presenting various aspects of our project in Chiang Mai, Thailand
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