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18 Nov 2010
What is the place for research in global efforts to control neglected tropical diseases?
16 Nov 2010
Scientists interested in research on neglected protozoan diseases were recently given an opportunity to hear presentations from leaders in the field, and to consider the emerging findings and progress of eight major research projects.
13 Jul 2010
Two not-for-profit drug developers have established a partnership that will seek to find treatments for a wide variety of neglected infections, based on a series of compounds from the nitroimidazole class.
Source: Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi); Global Alliance for TB Drug Development
29 Jun 2010
The number of new cases of human African trypanosomiasis (also known as sleeping sickness) reported to the World Health Organization has dropped below 10,000 for the first time in 50 years.
Source: World Health Organization
28 May 2010
Access to data from the G-FINDER survey will help funders and product developers better understand where funding gaps lie and how their investments fit into the global picture.
Source: George Institute
5 Mar 2010
A TropIKA.net round-up of new developments concerning the infectious diseases of poverty.
Source: Media reports
26 Feb 2010
TropIKA.net looks at some recent news reports on the infectious diseases of poverty.
Source: Media reports
9 Feb 2010
Professor Andrew Jonathan Nok’s research could lead on to the development of a vaccine against trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness).
Source: Press reports
26 Nov 2009
The Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative aims to develop novel drugs for Chagas disease, sleeping sickness and leishmaniasis.
Source: Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative
7 Oct 2009
A trypanosomiasis conference held in Uganda heard that a new treatment will soon be made accessible. New funding and expanded tsetse fly control measures are also on the way.
Source: Xinhua; AllAfrica.com
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