‘Science Speaks’ Discusses Global Health Security Conference Session On Impacts Of Drug-Resistant TB

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Rabita Aziz, senior global health policy specialist at the Infectious Diseases Society of America, who is covering the Global Health Security conference in Sydney, Australia, taking place from June 18-20, highlights discussion from “a session devoted to the impacts of drug-resistant TB on collective global security against infectious disease threats, including antimicrobial resistance.” Aziz highlights remarks from several experts and writes, “To successfully combat the threat drug-resistant TB poses to global health security, tuberculosis responses need to put people at the center and tailor interventions to affected peoples’ rights and needs” (6/18).

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