The Zero Declaration

The Zero Declaration is a cry for global action against TB. Read and sign on to the Declaration!

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Tuberculosis, drug resistance, and the history of modern medicine

An essay seeking to elucidate the reasons for the anemic response to drug-resistant tuberculosis by examining the recent history of tuberculosis policy.

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FDA grants Priority Review to bedaquiline for treatment of MDR-TB

The FDA will aim to complete its review within six months of the NDA submission. The NDA was submitted June 29.

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High doses of vitamin D help tuberculosis patients recover more quickly

A research to investigate for the first time the effect of vitamin D on the immune responses of patients receiving treatment for an infectious disease.

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ECDC Director Marc Sprenger: TB control – a “common responsibility”

While many European countries are progressing towards TB elimination, the target of less than 1 TB case/1,000,000 population is still far from being achieved everywhere.

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Janssen submits bedaquiline MAA with EMA for treatment of MDR-TB

If approved, bedaquiline could be one of the first drugs with a new mechanism of action for TB in more than 40 years and one of the first ever to be specifically indicated for MDR-TB.

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Southern African heads of state join forces to end tuberculosis in the mining sector

An estimated one-third of TB infections in the Southern African region are linked to mining activities. 

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Global TB drug resistance called 'worrying'

Nearly half of tuberculosis patients studied in eight countries are resistant to at least one second-line drug and some 7% of cases are extensively drug-resistant.

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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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