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Shorter treatment is needed to curb tuberculosis, a leading killer of people living with HIV.
TB is one of the world’s deadliest diseases and the leading killer of people with HIV.
Worldwide, TB is one of the leading causes of death for people with HIV.
Signed at a Fast-Track Cities conference, the Sevilla Declaration urges “the centrality of affected communities in urban HIV responses.”
Continued challenges with providing and accessing essential TB services have meant that many people were not diagnosed and treated.
For the first time in 20 years, key measures of success for the Global Fund’s HIV, TB and malaria programs declined.
A new study measures HIV and LGBTQ health equity and finds that HIV care providers are key health leaders. [VIDEO]
Plus: Seven European cities surpass the Fast-Track HIV targets.
TAG’s Research in Action Awards, November 19, will be virtual (and free!). Here’s how to join Sharon Stone and others.
Disruptions in prevention and treatment services due to the pandemic could cause a substantial increase in deaths in poorer nations.
The World Health Organization coordinates efforts to create flu and COVID-19 vaccines and to fight other global health issues.
Intravenous administration allowed the marginally effective BCG vaccination to work better in monkeys.
Pretomanid triple therapy cuts the length of treatment from 18 months to six months.
Global research teams from three U.S. universities explore this HIV-tuberculosis link, thanks to a $6.2 million grant.
HIV, anti-vaxxers, dengue fever and weak primary health care make the World Health Organization’s list of priorities.
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