For World AIDS Day 2020, this blog takes a look at studies registered at the ISRCTN registry during the previous 12 months.
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World Rabies Day 2020: where does rabies come from and how can vaccination rates be increased in developing countries?
Felix Lankester’s latest research into vaccination strategies to eliminate human rabies is registered at the ISRCTN registry. To mark World Rabies… Read more »
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World Population Day 2020: A clarion call to recommit to sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice
Saturday July 11th is World Population Day, and Caitlin R Williams explains why observing this international health day is more… Read more »
We analyzed travel times to health care facilities for populations at risk for viral hemorrhagic fevers in 43 sub-Saharan African… Read more »
For World AIDS Day, this blog highlights research registered at the ISRCTN registry that harnesses community power to help people… Read more »
The World Health Organization's goal of eliminating the fatal neglected tropical disease Human African Trypanosomiasis (HAT), also… Read more »
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This year’s N&G conference took place in sunny Valencia, Spain. Attended by almost 1700 delegates from 92 countries, a… Read more »
In a new article published in BMC Medicine, Dr Flavio Finger and Dr Adam Kucharski describe how their forecasts helped to inform… Read more »
In their BMC Medicine article, Laura Nabarro and colleagues highlight the issues with the lesser-known Plasmodium ovale malaria… Read more »