Category Archives: TB

Infectious Diseases Hub speaks to tuberculosis experts from CICH seminar

Last week IGHI’s Global Health Forum linked up with the Centre for International Child Health (CICH) for the first event in their bi-monthly seminar series focusing on the question, ‘Tuberculosis- why are we not winning the fight?’ Advertisements

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Putting TB to the test: My journey so far

By Harriet Gliddon, winner of the IGHI Student Challenges Competition 2015-16 During March 2016, I blogged for IGHI on World TB Day about my experiences of entering the Student Challenges Competition. The intervening six months have been busier than I … Continue reading

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COPD – son of a TB

Andre F.S. Amaral of the National Heart and Lung Institute writes about chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) to raise awareness during British Lung Foundation’s Breathe Easy Week. Continue reading

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TB or not TB?

By final year Imperial Medical PhD student Harriet Gliddon – winner of our Student Challenges Competition 2015/16  World TB Day (24th March) commemorates the anniversary of Robert Koch’s 1882 discovery of the causative agent of tuberculosis (TB). Since then, it has … Continue reading

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