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World TB Day Briefing Will Shine New Light on Epidemic

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Tomorrow is World TB Day—and the halfway point for the Global Plan to Stop TB. What better time to learn about the latest TB research and the most innovative approaches to combating combat this ancient deadly epidemic? Those items will be on the agenda tomorrow, along with data about the virulent threat of drug-resistant TB, […]

At HIV/TB Session, the Good, the Bad, and the Promising

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Note: From July 19-22, the Center for Global Health Policy’s staff will be live blogging from the International AIDS Society 2009 meeting in Cape Town. This post was written by Center director Christine Lubinski, who attended a two-day pre-meeting on HIV/TB co-infection. Despite the scope and gravity of HIV/TB confection, there are glimmers of hope from […]