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North-South collaboration helps researchers stay at home

Contrary to popular belief, North-South partnerships do not necessarily lead to brain drain in developing countries.

23/08/12

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Global initiative seeks to boost health innovation

Catalysing international learning and innovative health reform are the key goals of an initiative launched this …

03/08/12

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Key tropical diseases 'suffering funding neglect'

A new report by health charity MSF says three of the world's major tropical diseases are in urgent need of further …

10/07/12

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Countries rush rapid maternal syphilis tests into service

A study on rapid point of care testing for syphilis has already convinced several countries to act to treat …

20/06/12

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Africa needs a science news service, says report

An African science news service would improve science coverage and forge stronger links between media and …

08/06/12

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WHO adopts global vaccine action plan

The WHO takes action on global vaccinations, disease control and child mortality, with the adoption of a ten-year …

07/06/12

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WHO to continue talks on major reforms to health R&D

The World Health Assembly has agreed to formally discuss new funding models to improve health R&D for the …

31/05/12

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Artemisinin resistance emerged on Thai-Myanmar border 'years ago'

Researchers say the frontline drug artemisinin is losing its effectiveness in Thailand and Myanmar, with …

13/04/12

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Countries failing to report cholera outbreaks, says report

New estimates of cholera infection rates suggest only around a tenth of all cases are being reported to the World …

19/03/12

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Common antibiotic could help cut TB deaths

Researchers say the common antibiotic doxycycline has potential to prevent lung damage in TB patients.

01/03/12

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Death toll from wildfire smoke 'higher than anticipated'

Deaths caused by inhaling smoke from landscape fires is highest in parts of Africa and Asia, a major science …

23/02/12

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Areas with low malaria rates 'need mass vaccination'

A modelling study of a promising malaria vaccine finds low transmission areas would benefit the most from mass …

25/01/12

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