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Tuberculosis: A Crisis in Eastern Europe and Central Asia That the West Cannot Ignore
Michel D. Kazatchkine
UN Secretary General‘s Special Envoy on HIV/AIDS in Eastern Eu...
Although new technologies are now available to diagnose TB and test for TB drug susceptibility/resistance, the reality is that less than 50 per cent of the estimated new cases of MDR-TB are diagnosed across the region.
Combatting Ebola: Quarantine Is Vital, But Also Cultural Education
Robert Klitzman, M.D.
Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Masters of Bioethi...
We must learn from responses to such epidemics in the past if we are to succeed today. Such lessons will be difficult to craft, requiring expertise in culture as well as medicine, but need to be integral parts of our global response.
World Health Organization Recommends PrEP: Prevention or Perpetuating Stereotypes?
Jaga N.A. Argentum
Storyteller, visual and sound artist and graphic designer
Anyone who engages in risky sexual behavior should take extra precautions, be it through PrEP or otherwise. While I'm certain that the WHO acknowledges this, their message nevertheless helps perpetuate the falsehood of HIV being a "gay disease."
Managers Needed to Beat Chronic Diseases
Founder and President, DEPESHA Russian Lifestyle Magazine
The increasing threat of non-communicable diseases (often called chronic diseases or NCDs) prompted the United Nations, in 2011, to issue the second political declaration on health in its history, the first being on AIDS in 2006.
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