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MSF International 6m
On Sept 26 the UN will hold the first-ever TB summit for world leaders to agree to global goals for fighting , the world's deadliest infectious disease. This is a historic opportunity that cannot be squandered!
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
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WHO strongly recommends preventive treatment for people living with HIV, and children under 5 years living in households with
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Ministry of Health 56m
Through digital initiatives using Information technology we are working towards patient centric care in India.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
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Globally, an estimated 10 million people developed in 2017
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
Fewer people fell ill and died from last year but countries are still not doing enough to end TB by 2030. remains the world’s deadliest infectious disease. WHO calls for urgent action to ! 👉
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MSF Access Campaign 17h
“There has to be more accountability - we won’t accept just another bumper sticker to end " World leaders must "seize the opportunity of the first-ever TB summit to curb + reverse ' deplorable trajectory”
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus @ #UNGA 13h
A historic week in the fight against is starting. World leaders, innovators & public health professionals are coming to unite against a common foe. It’s clear that to we need new tools, new ideas, & new partnerships, including with the private sector.
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Vytenis Andriukaitis 25m
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André Picard Sep 18
is curable. So why are so many people still dying of the disease? editorial via
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moe Sep 20
.'s Brittany Iskarpatyoti: What the data tells us about and
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ECDC Tuberculosis 46m
European Union Standards for Care: 13. A written or electronic record of all medications administered, treatment monitoring, adverse reactions and treatment outcomes, should be maintained for all patients. Read more:
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The Hindu Science Sep 23
"23% of the world’s population, are estimated to have a “latent infection, and are at risk of developing active TB disease during their lifetime”, according to the Global Report 2018, made public last week.
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IMI 15m
Our latest Call for proposals includes a topic on – find out more about this opportunity at our webinar today at 15:00 CEST Register: Find out more about the topic:
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PAHO/WHO 17h
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Political leadership at the highest level of government is critical for reaching the 🌍 targets that have been defined for & the as well as, the work at the national level to increase universal access to health & universal health coverage -
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Expert Q&A: caused an estimated 1.3 million deaths in 2017 and remains one of the top 10 killers worldwide – the good news is that the global burden of is falling. Follow for current news. via
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Bernhard Kepplinger Sep 20
Really happy that our paper is out: "Mode of Action of Kanglemycin A, an Ansamycin Natural Product that Is Active against Rifampicin-Resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis"
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and let's not forget about dear James
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Edna and Lilian live on Daru island, and they are fighting Multi-Drug Resistant TB, together. and I met them back in July. Here's a video about them:
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Our infographic in prepartion of the first United Nations General Assembly High Level Meeting on
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Manoj Kumar, CEO of India Health Fund ⁩talks about innovations & their incubation at the side event
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