Daily Archives: April 16, 2014

TB Reach project results show need for new approaches to lift case detection rates

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For a decade and a half after the World Health Organization launched the expansion of directly observed treatment for tuberculosis, strides against the disease, highlighted by a nearly six-fold increase in cases documented, looked promising, an article released Thursday on PLOS ONE notes. But over the last half decade, with efforts largely reliant on “passive […]

Pediatric AIDS prevention trial that helped pave way for vision of AIDS-free generation is part of pioneering researcher’s story

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This article originally appeared on the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation blog Experts in Focus: Dr. Laura Guay By Chelsea Bailey | April 15, 2014 “When it comes to your career, I tell people, ‘you just don’t know.’ Something could come along and change your life, and for me, this was it.” -Laura Guay, M.D. […]