Health experts: Funding cuts will halt and reverse progress on TB and HIV unless EU acts now!

Eastern Europe and Central Asian countries will not have the funds required to aggressively tackle their TB and HIV epidemics.

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Treatment of tuberculosis: have we turned the corner?

The question the tuberculosis community is anxiously posing is whether, in addition to existing drugs, the most promising compounds in the development pipeline are as effective as preliminary studies suggested.

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TB advocates respond to proposed Global Fund allocations for TB

The advocates call on the Global Fund Board to adopt an allocation model that responds to regional needs, rather than putting one disease against another.

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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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