5-12 | On 14-15 April 2011 more than one hundred tuberculosis experts came together in Tashkent to discuss their experiences with and the challenges around scaling up tuberculosis (TB) care in the Central Asia region. In the end, everyone agreed: urgent action is needed.
3-31 | Tuberculosis: progress in screening,South Sudan: A nation facing major challenges,Fistula: The backyard disease,Mali: vaccinating against meningitis epidemics,HIV/AIDS -- marching for generics
3-23 | MSF report says fixing drug supply and price problems is urgentA promising new diagnostic test will finally help detect more people with drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB), increasing the urgency to solve major problems around the pricing and supply of DR-TB medicines, according to a new report by the international medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). DR-TB is on the rise, but less than 7% of 440,000 new cases each year receive treatment, and DR-TB kills 150,000 people annually．.
1-4 | A new test for tuberculosis that became available in 2010 will make diagnosing a curable disease that kills nearly two million people every year much faster, easier and more precise.
6-14 | On 5 June the medical humanitarian organization Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) opened new tuberculosis (TB) departments in two of its health centres in Middle Shabelle Region, Somalia. The departments will provide free, quality TB services, including testing, treatment and health education to the communities living in the surrounding areas of Mahaday and Gololey.