More research needed on the best treatment options for multidrug-resistant TB

The use of newer drugs, a greater number of effective drugs, and a longer treatment regimen may be associated with improved survival of patients with multidrug resistant tuberculosis.

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MSF: Trading Away Health

How the U.S.’s intellectual property demands for the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement threaten access to medicines.

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Health advocates eye proposed changes to patent law in South Africa

South African health activists and pharmaceutical industry stakeholders are keeping close watch over the government’s attempts to amend patent laws, which activists claim compromise the ability of the country’s poor majority to access cheaper generic medicines.

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TAG and EATG applaud UNITAID agreement to reduce the cost of GeneXpert rapid TB test

Call for further price cuts on cartridges and machines to realize goals of zero TB deaths.

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Public-private partnership announces immediate 40 percent cost reduction for rapid TB test

PEPFAR, USAID, UNITAID and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation have finalized an agreement to expand access to GeneXpert®, a molecular diagnostic system that provides a two-hour rapid diagnosis of TB, TB/HIV co-infection and drug-resistant TB.

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Tuberculosis in children

It is possible to drastically reduce the morbidity and mortality associated with pediatric tuberculosis if case detection is improved and preventive therapy and curative treatment are made more accessible globally.

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HIV and tuberculosis – science and implementation to turn the tide and reduce deaths

Progress towards reducing HIV-associated TB deaths can be achieved through attention to simple and deliverable actions on the ground.

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The co-management of TB and diabetes: challenges and opportunities in the developing world

Diabetes and TB represent a critical intersection between communicable and non-communicable diseases.

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Streptomycin regimen will no longer be used in South African province

Termination of the use of streptomycin for re-treatment cases.

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MSF: First-ever study of HIV treatment policies in 23 countries

The study looks at 25 indicators in each country, ranging from coverage of ART and prevention of mother-to-child transmission, to whether nurses instead of doctors can start patients on HIV and TB treatment.

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