‘Science Speaks’ Provides Coverage Of Union World Conference On Lung Health

The Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks” highlights the 46th Union World Conference on Lung Health, taking place this week in Cape Town, South Africa. Rabita Aziz, policy research coordinator at the center, reports on issues discussed at the meeting, including increased investments for TB research and treatment, better therapies for children and drug-resistant TB, and TB care in Romania.

Science Speaks: Union World Conference on Lung Health: World leaders call for immediate investments to end TB (Aziz, 12/2).

Science Speaks: Union World Conference on Lung Health: Better medicines to treat TB in children arrive (Aziz, 12/2).

Science Speaks: Union World Conference on Lung Health: Study shows shorter treatment for MDR-TB as effective, more successful than standard regimen (Aziz, 12/3).

Science Speaks: Union World Conference on Lung Health: Romania’s poor relegated to antiquated tuberculosis care (Aziz, 12/3).

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