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Modeling tool tells when pairing responses to “big three” and neglected diseases is a win-win

The idea of pairing responses to diseases found in the global south that are so neglected that they are classified by that word with the better-funded, but still constrained responses to the so-called “Big Three” of HIV, tuberculosis and malaria, was not new. Neither was the hope that those combined efforts could streamline infectious disease control […]

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Study: Anxiety, depression can lengthen delay between HIV “test and treat”

Living with severe depression or an anxiety disorder can have a similar impact on patients’ promptness in seeking care following an HIV diagnosis as living far from a clinic, according to study looking at mental health factors among patients diagnosed more than 90 days before their arrival at a South Africa clinic for further testing […]

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Zambia, South Africa prevention study finds those with herpes virus facing six times HIV risk

Communities’ HIV prevalence could be predicted “almost exactly” from prevalence of herpes virus, researchers find A study across 21 communities in Zambia and South Africa confirms a strong association between infection with the virus that causes genital herpes, and HIV infection, with findings that indicate being already infected with herpes simplex virus 2, or HSV2, […]

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Study: Anxiety, depression can lengthen delay between HIV “test and treat”

Living with severe depression or an anxiety disorder can have a similar impact on patients’ promptness in seeking care following an HIV diagnosis as living far […]

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Study finds more than 80 percent of patients needing WHO recommended last resort treatment for drug-resistant TB not getting it

Roughly four years after the World Health Organization recommended that the newest drugs against tuberculosis be made available to patients for whom they represented a last […]

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WHO report on global antibiotic resistance highlights growing threats in the face of surveillance gaps

Surveillance data from 22 countries show some of the world’s most common and potentially deadly infections gaining  ground globally against the antibiotics used to treat them, […]

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Modeling tool tells when pairing responses to “big three” and neglected diseases is a win-win

The idea of pairing responses to diseases found in the global south that are so neglected that they are classified by that word with the better-funded, […]