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“The impact of Fogarty training has been extraordinary, and we really need to continue”

On a day when partisan rancor over domestic health policy escalated with the release of the Senate version of a plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, members of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor Health and Human Services found themselves on comfortable common ground once again as they considered the Trump Administration proposal to […]

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WHO sets stage of for global ministerial TB conference, seeks input on declaration

November Moscow conference will inform 2018 United Nations high level meeting When ministers of health and leaders of other government offices and agencies worldwide gather in Moscow this November for a Global Ministerial Conference on Ending TB, they will face the task of agreeing to make enough changes to what they are doing now to […]

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Mass bed net distribution campaigns reduce health disparities across sub-Saharan Africa

The following is a guest post by Courtney Chiaparas for MEASURE Evaluation Malaria disproportionately affects poor, rural populations, with pregnant women and young children at highest risk of severe illness and death. Addressing inequities with actionable strategies, such as the availability of insecticide-treated nets, has been the cornerstone of malaria control efforts for more than a […]

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Study finds fear drives pregnant women with HIV from prevention services

“If my husband leaves me, I will go home and suffer, so better cling to him and hide this thing” The following is a guest post […]

Tuberculosis

WHO sets stage of for global ministerial TB conference, seeks input on declaration

November Moscow conference will inform 2018 United Nations high level meeting When ministers of health and leaders of other government offices and agencies worldwide gather in […]

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Biomedical research benefits bring House members, NIH leaders together

In the face of a proposal by the Trump administration to cut funding for the National Institutes of Health by nearly a quarter with an $8 […]

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Mass bed net distribution campaigns reduce health disparities across sub-Saharan Africa

The following is a guest post by Courtney Chiaparas for MEASURE Evaluation Malaria disproportionately affects poor, rural populations, with pregnant women and young children at highest risk […]