Items tagged with Treatment
Advocates maintain pressure on the Ministry of Health to facilitate access to delamanid in Peru (post with simple image)
TB advocates reiterate the important role the Ministry of Health must play in facilitating access to delamanid for Peruvians with multidrug-resistant TB.
WHO maintains existing recommendations for the use of bedaquiline (post with simple image)
The conditional recommendation will be maintained until a new systematic review of evidence is warranted or the results of the phase III clinical trial of bedaquiline become available.
Advocates encourage the health authorities in Peru to approve the endTB study (post with simple image)
TB advocates stress the importance of the observational endTB study for expanding access to new treatments for multidrug-resistant TB in Peru.
Fewer than 5% of people in need are treated with new TB drugs, nearly four years after their approval (post with simple image)
Companies and countries must take urgent action to increase access to these life-saving treatments.
Statement on the use of child-friendly fixed-dose combinations for the treatment of TB in children (post with simple image)
WHO and UNICEF issue joint statement on the use of child-friendly fixed-dose combinations for the treatment of TB in children.
World Health Day 2017: Let’s talk about depression and TB (post with simple image)
The prevalence of mental disorders among people with TB is estimated to be between 40-70%.
Advocates call on Otsuka to ensure access to delamanid in South Africa (post with simple image)
TB advocates urge Otsuka to provide sufficient and sustainable access to delamanid for the treatment of drug-resistant TB in South Africa.
Guidelines for treatment of drug-susceptible tuberculosis and patient care, 2017 update (post with simple image)
The World Health Organization releases updated guidelines for the treatment of drug-susceptible TB and patient care.
Scaling up the use of digital technologies to support End TB Strategy implementation (post with simple image)
30 May 2017 | GENEVA - The latest guidelines of the World Health Organization (WHO) on TB treatment, emphasize the importance of digital technologies in supporting the implementation of the End TB Strategy. The guidelines contain the first-ever WHO evidence-based recommendations on the use of phones, video or electronic medication monitors to help patients adhere to TB medication and deliver TB care.
We had to run our own trial for TB drugs – nobody else was doing it (post with simple image)
Tuberculosis kills more people than HIV, but medicines to treat the disease have barely improved in 50 years - it’s time for urgent and radical innovation.
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