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Breakthrough treatment against drug-resistant tuberculosis under trial
 

Breakthrough treatment against drug-resistant tuberculosis under trial

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A significant moment in the history of TB was seen on 12 May 2016, where the World Health Organisation (WHO) in Geneva announced a new shortened treatment regimen to treat multi-drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) patients.
 
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16 Jul 2017 - General
 
Jemelyn Mae Sodusta Thank you for sharing your favorite topic. Your love for the country is very evident with your choice and I really respect that. Generating an effective drug for multi-drug resistant TB will indeed shed light and improve our country's infamous stigma as a tuberculosis exporting country. I really wish that more potent drugs that require shorter duration of treatment will improve the infecti...
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Madhubabu kaaja Thank you for sharing your insight. It is nice to hear your necessary input being the representative of the pharmaceutical industry in the MIMS community. Multiple and extreme drug resistant strains are not only limited to tuberculosis as you pointed out. Indeed, it is a growing concern of the infectious disease specialist that we are running out of options in terms of antibiotic use and should be...
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