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TBEC attends 13th meeting of the Technical Advisory Group for Tuberculosis for the WHO European Region

TBEC attends 13th meeting of the Technical Advisory Group for Tuberculosis for the WHO European Region

On April 9–10, the Co-Chair of TBEC Board and the TBEC Advocacy and Policy Manager attended the 13th Meeting of the European Technical Advisory Group on Tuberculosis (TAG-TB).
Throughout two days, TAG-TB members discussed:

the latest TB data: 3.6 million people with TB are still not diagnosed;
the need to strengthen government officials’ capacity to fight TB;
the importance […]

Technical Advisory Group for Tuberculosis (TAG-TB) Europe Meeting

The Technical Advisory Group for Tuberculosis for the WHO European Region is holding its annual meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark. During this meeting, it will review progress made in implementing European TAG-TB and WHO advisory group  recommendations, as well as the status of the tuberculosis action plan for the WHO European Region 2016–2020. It will also advise […]

Treatment Action Group provides latest update on TB research and development

Treatment Action Group provides latest update on TB research and development

Treatment Action Group (TAG) have just launched their 2013 Pipeline Report providing an update on all new tuberculosis drugs, vaccines and diagnostics that are currently in the pipeline (along with research and development for HIV and hepatitis C).
Significantly, in the three chapters dedicated to TB, authors Colleen Daniels, Erica Lessem and Mike Frick have found […]

Funding for TB research and development was flat in 2010 compared to 2009

New data released by the Treatment Action Group (TAG) and the Stop TB Partnership finds that in 2010 the world spent just $617 million in tuberculosis (TB) research and development (R&D), or 0.3% less than 2009 funding levels—the first time TAG documents no growth since it began tracking TB research investments in 2005.
The report, Tuberculosis […]

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