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19/08/19

Ebola: calls for vigilance despite treatment breakthrough

The scientific community is calling for vigilance despite confirmation from health authorities of the efficacy of …

Role Models:

19/07/19

Q&A: WHO’s chief scientist rises above her father’s legacy

Digital technologies can ‘leapfrog’ developing countries into a new era of healthcare, says Soumya Swaminathan.

News:

18/07/19

Ebola outbreak in DRC is international emergency, says WHO

… the discovery of a case in Goma DRC ‘open’ to introduction of second Ebola vaccine

News:

16/07/19

Poorest children at risk as global vaccination rates stall

… Some 20 million children worldwide are missing out on life-saving vaccines, UN agencies warn. …

News:

12/07/19

Solar energy revives Gaza hospital

A new solar plant will power life-saving medical equipment amid an energy deficiency crisis in the Palestinian …

Feature:

08/07/19

Where there’s smoke: medical marijuana and the Philippine war on drugs

Despite marijuana’s therapeutic properties, its use is restricted in the Philippines and other Asian countries.

Editorials:

05/07/19

Change at every level needed to crack drug resistance

Doctors, farmers and hospital cleaners are on the front line of antibiotic resistance.

Feature:

05/07/19

Drug resistant TB: Africa’s forgotten health crisis

The bugs are a challenge in Africa, but DNA-based diagnostics can help, write Gilbert Nakweya and Bilal Tairou.

Opinion:

05/07/19

Q&A: ‘Put patients before profits’ to beat drug resistance

Jayasree K. Iyer, executive director of the foundation, talks to SciDev.Net about the challenges facing drug …

Feature:

05/07/19

The scourge of antibiotics in animal feed

Antibiotics are routinely added to animal feed in poor nations, fuelling superbugs. But new solutions are …

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