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What impact(s) do differentiated antiretroviral delivery models have on users?

Published on 11.01.2023
Adapting care to the lifestyles of people living with HIV is now part of the challenge to help control the HIV epidemic worldwide. In two studies, one...
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Evaluation of ultrasound as an alternative to chest radiography for the diagnosis of tuberculosis in Papua New Guinea

Published on 04.01.2023
One of the challenges to stopping the spread of tuberculosis is the availability of reliable, rapid, accessible and easy-to-use diagnostic tools. Amon...
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Denis Ardiet
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Ebola in Uganda: “We never know everything about the epidemiological puzzle”

Published on 08.12.2022
No new cases of Ebola have been confirmed since November 27 in Uganda, where an outbreak was declared on September 20 by authorities. While MSF teams...
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StimNut or how to adapt psychosocial stimulation for malnourished children in Mali

Published on 28.11.2022
Malnutrition in young children can have long-term and potentially irreversible consequences, particularly on the cognitive level. Providing nutritiona...
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Ebola: Leads to predict who is most at risk of developing the disease

Published on 22.11.2022
The first symptoms that appear in people infected with the Ebola virus are very similar to those of other endemic diseases in regions affected by epid...
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Epicentre's research department is now Research Fairness Initiative certified

Published on 25.10.2022
The Research Fairness Initiative (RFI) is aiming to tackle the inequities in health research that adversely affect low-middle income countries.
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Typhoid fever: mass vaccination effective among children under 15 in Zimbabwe

Published on 18.10.2022
A real-world study in Zimbabwe confirms the effectiveness of mass vaccination against typhoid fever in individuals under the age of 15.
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Major step in the fight against hepatitis E with the world's first vaccination campaign

Published on 10.10.2022
In early October 2022, the third and final round of the joint MSF and South Sudanese Ministry of Health hepatitis E campaign began in Bentiu IDP camp,...
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Covid-19 pandemic: a halt in the fight against HIV?

Published on 26.09.2022
A study conducted by Epicentre in Malawi and Uganda confirms the deleterious impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the care and support of people living ...
HIV Covid-19
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[Immersion] in the clinical trial on the administration of a delayed second dose of cholera vaccine in Guinea

Published on 19.09.2022
Conducting research and clinical studies outside of academic institutions requires perseverance and time. It is often necessary to recruit, and train ...
Cholera