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Borgen Magazine: A New XDR Medicine Could Save Lives (Hwang, 10/16). CNBC Africa: Improving health outcomes in Africa (Awoniyi, 10/16). The Guardian: Did a ‘white savior’s’ evangelical zeal take a deadly turn in Uganda? (Mwesigwa/Beaumont, 10/17). Homeland Preparedness News: Scientists decode immune response of Ebola vaccine (Galford, 10/16). Miami Herald:…

WHO Reports Kingdom Of Eswatini Reduces TB Incidence By More Than Half

WHO: Hope restored in the Kingdom of Eswatini as tuberculosis incidence reduced by more than half “…Once labeled the country with the world’s highest TB incidence, the Kingdom [of Eswatini] has turned the tide and reduced the scourge by more than half. … In 2011, the Government of Eswatini declared…

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Associated Press: U.N. rights chief: Challenges increase to global cooperation (Lederer, 10/15). Associated Press: Post-war Liberians are demanding better mental health care (Paye-Layleh, 10/12). CNN: Drones, apps and smart lockers: The technology transforming healthcare in Africa (Lewis, 10/15). Devex: Q&A: What South Africa has learned tackling TB (Root, 10/16). Reuters:…

Russian Federation High-Level Working Group Marks 20 Years Of Efforts On TB, HIV

WHO Regional Office for Europe: Russian Federation’s High-level Working Group celebrates 20 years of tackling TB and inspiring HIV working groups “The Russian Federation’s High-level Working Group (HLWG) on tuberculosis (TB) marked 20 years of collaboration between national and international experts at a meeting in August 2019. With a sharp…

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Borgen Magazine: Leaders Addressing Global Poverty in Five Ways (Blakeney, 10/12). CBS News: Doctors Without Borders presses Johnson & Johnson to slash price of tuberculosis drug (Cerullo, 10/14). Devex: What could Canada’s Conservatives mean for foreign aid? (Halais, 10/15). Devex: Private sector on a ‘journey’ to engagement with the SDGs…

Celebrities Write Open Letter To Raise Awareness Of Infectious Diseases, Importance Of Global Fund

Borgen Magazine: An Open Letter Against Infectious Diseases “Dozens of international celebrities addressed an open letter ‘to 7-year-olds everywhere.’ Notable figures, such as Jennifer Garner, Trevor Noah, Penélope Cruz, Sir Elton John, and more, recently signed an open letter against infectious diseases, specifically AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis. These celebrities hope…

New Shorter TB Drug Course Raises Hope Among Experts For More Progress Against Disease

The Independent: How a new tuberculosis drug could stop one of the world’s deadliest diseases “…A new drug course, lasting just one month, is just as effective as longer regimens at preventing TB, scientists reported earlier this year. The results have left experts hoping for new progress against a disease…