Advocates call for the Ministry of Health in Peru to facilitate access to delamanid

TB advocates encourage the Ministry of Health in Peru to develop country guidance on the use of delamanid for the treatment of drug-resistant TB, a first step to facilitating access.

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Global TB report 2016

WHO report warns global actions and investments to end TB epidemic are falling far short.

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Advocates call on pharma companies to improve access to MDR-TB drugs

TB advocates urge Janssen and Otsuka to improve the affordability and availability of bedaquiline and delamanid.

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Children with TB getting better treatment: rapid roll out of the new child-friendly medicines in 27 countries

The new child-friendly pediatric TB formulations are being successfully rolled out globally in 27 countries by the Stop TB Partnership’s Global Drug Facility.

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Medicines Patent Pool announces MedsPaL: its new Medicines Patents & Licences Database

Medicines Patent Pool's signature database upgraded to include patent and licensing data for HIV, hepatitis C and TB medicines.

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Experts call for action against food- and animal-borne TB

Leading veterinary experts and authorities from global public health, animal health and agriculture organisations have published the first-ever call to action against animal- and food-borne TB in humans.

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Voices from TB

Voices from TB is a book compiling personal stories of people affected by TB in India - patients, survivors and their families.

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Desk guide for diagnosis and management of TB in children

The Union has published the third edition of Desk Guide for Diagnosis and Management of TB in Children.

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"Stop Double Standards" symposium on October 27, 2016

"Stop Double Standards: From prevention through cure to ZERO TB" is a symposium organized by Treatment Action Group, Advanced Access & Delivery, Partners in Health, Harvard Medical School, and the Stop TB Partnership.

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Kenya becomes first country to introduce new child-friendly TB medicines

New products expected to improve treatment and child survival from TB; Starting October 1 all children in Kenya initiated on TB treatment will be given the improved formulation.

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