U.K. Pledges £7.5M For Development Of Shorter TB Treatments

The Telegraph: U.K. pledges funding to speed up TB treatment
“The U.K. government has pledged £7.5million for the development of three new treatments for tuberculosis, the world’s biggest infectious disease killer. International development secretary Penny Mordaunt made the announcement after the high-level meeting on TB, held during the United Nations General Assembly and aimed at ramping up efforts to eradicate the disease. … The £7.5m will go to the non-profit TB Alliance to develop three shorter TB treatments…” (Gulland, 9/27).

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