India: Sewri TB Hospital: Healthcare Workers are vulnerable to TB and they deserve to be protected

As healthcare workers die of TB - physicians, health organisations, TB groups, public health experts, and associations of healthcare workers - call for urgent action.

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Letter from 10 US Senators to President Obama re drug-resistant TB

A letter in support of Obama Administration’s recently announced initiative to develop a National Action Plan to Address Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis.

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Tuberculosis in adults and children

A monograph written for healthcare workers in any setting who are faced with the complex care for patients with tuberculosis.

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Tuberculosis R&D “grossly insufficient” according to new report

With just $255 million spent on TB research and development each year, funding is currently just one-third of the annual target set by the Global Plan to Stop TB 2011-2015.

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South Africa aims to detect every TB patient, while a million cases in India slip through the cracks

South Africa has launched one of the most progressive TB screening campaigns in the world. Budget cuts have nearly derailed India's TB programme.

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Apply now for travel grants and community registrations

The Union is offering a limited number of travel grants and/or conference registrations to attend the 46th Union World Conference on Lung Health in Cape Town. The deadline for online application is 7 September.

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EECA: Civil Society Consultation to develop the Global Fund’s strategy for 2017-2021 took place

Suggestions and a strategy guiding relevant advocacy interventions for key priority issues to be considered by the Global Fund’s new Strategy have been developed.

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World's most portable molecular diagnostics system unveiled at AACC

GeneXpert Omni to further decentralize critical TB, virology and Ebola tests.

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Is domestic finance the future of TB financing?

While international financing for TB has grown since 2002, it remains a paltry sum compared with the vast amounts of money channeled to other infectious diseases, such as HIV and AIDS.

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Tumor-fighting drugs take on tuberculosis

By bridging the gaps that divide cancer, immunology, and microbiology, researchers may yet find creative and affordable ways to address the growing problem of drug-resistant tuberculosis.

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