The following blog posts discuss the Center for Strategic & International Studies’ recently launched series of reports on U.S. tuberculosis (TB) efforts and a CSIS panel on the issue.
Humanosphere: U.S. leadership failing global TB control effort, says report
Development blogger Tom Murphy discusses findings from a CSIS report, titled “Strategic U.S. Leadership — Essential to Address the Global Tuberculosis Pandemic” (6/10).
Global Health Technologies Coalition’s “Breakthroughs”: CSIS panel: R&D fundamental to meeting new global TB targets
“…CSIS hosted the panel on the occasion of the release of its summary report Strategic U.S. Leadership — Essential to Address the Global Tuberculosis Pandemic — which examines U.S. approaches to tackling TB both in the United States and abroad…” (6/11).
Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks”: Tuberculosis R&D must be U.S. diplomatic priority, say global health leaders
“…The report on TB R&D recommends the U.S. government engage in long-term TB research partnership initiatives with emerging economies, with the aim of creating or strengthening select TB research centers of excellence ‘through catalytic funding and expanded technical exchanges’…” (Aziz, 6/10).