Tuberculosis News and Research

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Dartmouth Medical School collaboration in Tanzania may alter assumptions about the diagnosis of tuberculosis in HIV-infected people

Dartmouth Medical School collaboration in Tanzania may alter assumptions about the diagnosis of tuberculosis in HIV-infected people

Promising new tuberculosis drug enters clinical trial

Promising new tuberculosis drug enters clinical trial

President Bush's cut to AIDS prevention in Africa would be devastating

President Bush's cut to AIDS prevention in Africa would be devastating

Non-profit public-private partnership develops affordable, new drug regimens for tuberculosis

Non-profit public-private partnership develops affordable, new drug regimens for tuberculosis

International efforts to build a prosperous Africa are doomed unless malaria is tackled

International efforts to build a prosperous Africa are doomed unless malaria is tackled

Risk factors for tuberculosis in the United States overlap with many of the risk factors associated with persistent homelessness

Risk factors for tuberculosis in the United States overlap with many of the risk factors associated with persistent homelessness

Tuberculosis now a worldwide threat

Tuberculosis now a worldwide threat

Research explains why Shigella and E. coli are rapidly becoming resistant to fluoroquinolones

Research explains why Shigella and E. coli are rapidly becoming resistant to fluoroquinolones

Ageing and Health publication by the Medical Research Council highlights groundbreaking work on the ageing process

Ageing and Health publication by the Medical Research Council highlights groundbreaking work on the ageing process

Flavonols in food, key to healthy eating?

Flavonols in food, key to healthy eating?

Leprosy microbes lead scientists to immune discovery

Leprosy microbes lead scientists to immune discovery

Why good medications are sometimes bad for the liver

Why good medications are sometimes bad for the liver

Bill Clinton urges U.S. drug companies to be more flexible on generic drugs

Bill Clinton urges U.S. drug companies to be more flexible on generic drugs

World Bank and IMF preventing transfer of foreign aid to HIV/AIDS programmes

World Bank and IMF preventing transfer of foreign aid to HIV/AIDS programmes

The Gates Foundation approach to the world's health problems has its critics

The Gates Foundation approach to the world's health problems has its critics

GlaxoSmithKline to acquire Corixa Corporation

GlaxoSmithKline to acquire Corixa Corporation

Researchers show protein's role in stopping bacterial-induced inflammation

Researchers show protein's role in stopping bacterial-induced inflammation

International coalition works to develop a cocktail of drugs to combat Malaria

International coalition works to develop a cocktail of drugs to combat Malaria

Denmark becomes first European country to support Aeras Foundation's TB vaccine development efforts

Denmark becomes first European country to support Aeras Foundation's TB vaccine development efforts

Promising new West Nile therapy cures disease in mice

Promising new West Nile therapy cures disease in mice