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11 Feb 2011
Report of the Second Meeting of the Pan-American Dengue Research Network held in Cancun, Mexico in November.
2 Feb 2011
A synthesis of the evidence by the Department for International Development concludes that we know what works, but the evidence on how best to deliver effective interventions is weaker, often conflicting and context specific.
Source: Department for International Development (UK)
17 Jan 2011
The appearance of resistance to the key antimalarial artemisinin is one of the greatest concerns facing global health. A call for action from WHO and the Roll BackMalaria partnership now provides a five-point action plan.
Source: World Health Organization (WHO) and Roll Back Malaria partnership (RBM)
21 Jul 2010
The report of last year’s meeting for Global Forum for Health Research has now been published.
Source: Global Forum for Health Research
7 Jul 2010
While efforts to control infectious diseases have made progress, much more needs to be done. A “refocus” on pneumonia and diarrhoea is urgently required.
Source: United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
29 Jun 2010
A report from the Center for Global Development highlights the urgent action that is needed to confront resistant strains of the organisms that cause the infectious diseases of poverty.
Source: Center for Global Development
13 Jan 2010
But what is now being spent is barely one quarter of what tuberculosis specialists say is needed.
Source: Treatment Action Group (TAG); Stop TB Partnership
21 Dec 2009
The World Malaria Report 2009 paints a largely upbeat picture.
Source: World Health Organization
18 Dec 2009
The global budget for research into the infectious diseases of poverty is little changed and AIDS continues to receive a disproportionately large share of the total. But India and Brazil are emerging as key players, particular for the more neglected diseases.
Source: George Institute
17 Dec 2009
New dengue guidelines are published at a time of rising concern over the spread of this disease.
Source: Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR); World Health Organization (WHO)
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