Einav Keet

IMPAACT study on HIV and TB medications taken during pregnancy to begin new phase in 2019

An ongoing study funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is investigating how women process medications for HIV and tuberculosis (TB) during pregnancy in an effort to inform treatment guidelines for pregnant and postpartum women.

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Researchers develop new algorithm for diagnosing TB in patients with HIV

Researchers from South Africa have conducted a new study in which they propose a clinical prediction rule to make quicker, earlier tuberculosis (TB) diagnoses in seriously ill HIV-infected patients.

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New study finds that TB bacteria may adapt to ecological niches

Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the leading causes of death worldwide, and now, a research team studying Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacterial samples from around the world have found that while some strains are generalists found worldwide, others are specialists that only exist in certain ecological niches.

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