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Visitors to clinic wait in line

In Pediatrics: Dr. Jessica Elf and colleagues evaluated the validity of standard self-reported measures for secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure among women and children in urban India.

Dr. Vidya Mave and colleagues found that INH levels in hair among highly-adherent individuals did not correlate well with plasma AUC or trough concentrations, suggesting that each measure may provide incremental and complementary information regarding drug exposure in the context of TB treatment.

Open Forum Infectious Diseases: Modeling and simulations analyzed by Dr. Maunank Shah and colleagues suggest that cutting HIV incidence in half by 2025 will require 95% of people living with HIV to be engaged in care.

In four years, the Center for Clinical Global Health Education has tripled its capacity for conducting research on grave health threats, thanks to strong philanthropic support

In a large study in Uganda, Dr. Larry Chang and colleagues found that combination HIV prevention has population level implications, reducing new infections by 42%.

In the last 5 years, urine TB diagnostic testing has emerged as a promising area of focus for point-of-care diagnostic testing in high-burden,...

Mosquito netting

Mosquito-borne disease identification is associated with reduced empiric antibiotic use and faster antibiotic discontinuation.

ID Clinical Minute is now available for Continuing Medical Education Credit!

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emocha's video Directly Observed Therapy is highlighted in this report.


World AIDS Day Organizing Team at BJGMC

150 people participated in a non-communicable diseases awareness camp for people in Pune, India, living with HIV.

Hurricane symbol with Texas state flag

emocha's video Directly Observed Therapy helped officials maintain continuity of care for TB patients following Hurricane Harvey.

Amita Gupta

Dr. Amita Gupta's invited commentary: Can Indian transform its role in the global TB epidemic?

Dr. Robert Bollinger

CCGHE Director Dr. Bob Bollinger describes the utility of telemedicine in this opinion article in The Hill.

Dr. Larry Chang

NIH announces findings from Larry Chang and colleagues published in the New England Journal of Medicine.