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Introducing new TB medicines in five countries

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The Groundbreaker: Rolling Out a New Tuberculosis Drug

Bedaqualine (BDQ) is the first new class of antibiotic to come along in decades. Here’s how it’s being introduced to treat drug-resistant TB in many low- and middle-income countries. Scroll over the photos and click for more information. [huge_it_gallery id=”1″]

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World TB Day 2017

SIAPS helps high-burden TB countries build their capacity, consensus, and technical skills to strengthen pharmaceutical systems and services. The end goals: Better access to essential medicines, better health outcomes—and a world without TB. Below are highlights of some key projects. The Groundbreaker: Rolling Out a New TB Drug Bedaquiline is the first new class of […]

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World TB Day: Reach the 3 Million

Today SIAPS joins people around the world commemorating World TB Day. This year’s theme, “Reach the 3 million,” is a call worldwide to find, treat and cure the undetected TB cases left behind in the fight against TB. Read about the first Conference on Pharmaceutical Management for TB and M/XDR-TB for the WHO European Region, […]

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