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TB Reach project results show need for new approaches to lift case detection rates
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For a decade and a half after the World Health Organization launched the expansion of directly observed treatment for tuberculosis, strides against the disease, highlighted by a nearly s ...
Last updated on April 17 2014 at 20:28
No hope for HIV prevention for Indonesian sex workers
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Keeping watch for policemen is a typical day for Dewi, now 29, a sex worker in Bekasi, an industrial area east of Jakarta in Indonesia. “I live by the grace of God. I have to keep on th ...
Last updated on April 17 2014 at 20:08
A tale of two women dealing with HIV and self-stigma
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Programmes to address HIV-related stigma usually focus on changing negative perceptions in the community, but some people living with HIV struggle with self-stigma. Sarudzai, 42, a woma ...
Last updated on April 17 2014 at 20:04
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4th South Africa TB Conference

10-13 June 2014, Durban, South Africa

The 4th SA TB Conference occurs while South Africa is in the midst of battling the worst TB-HIV epidemic in the world. The organisers "call on everyone working in all spheres of TB-HIV drug discovery, clinical management, patient advocacy, government policy and the basic sciences to attend this meeting. We look forward to welcoming you in Durban!"

Conference website...

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Film: 'Fire In The Blood'

Tells the story of the global activists who fought to overturn a situation where Western pharmaceutical companies and governments blocked access to low-cost AIDS drugs for the countries of Africa and the global south in the years after 1996 - causing millions of unnecessary deaths. However, as the film makes clear, with past victories having given way to serious setbacks, the real fight for access to life-saving medicine is just beginning.

Screenings around the world now - from Ahmedabad to Adelaide,  Bombay to Boston, Dublin to Delhi... Interested in hosting a screening? - contact