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Latest News on Tuberculosis
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Mar 27, 2019
IIT Delhi scientists develop AI-based system to detect malaria, TB, cervical cancerThe microscopy tool is particularly suited to diagnose conditions in low-resource, disease burdened areas.
Mar 24, 2019
World Tuberculosis Day 2019: TB infection can cause infertility in men and womenPelvic TB largely affects women in their childbearing year and is diagnosed during tests for infertility.
Mar 23, 2019
TB-free India a distant reality for rural UP population struggling with recurrent TB and expensive private healthcareUnder the Revised National TB Control Program (RNTCP), a patient is given an identification card that tracks their site of infection, severity and treatment course, ‘notifying’, or adding them onto a national database. In 2018, over 4.2 lakh patients were notified in Uttar Pradesh, the highest in the country. Between 1 January and 15 March of this year alone, over 68,000 people have been notified in the state.
Mar 23, 2019
World Tuberculosis Day: New research offers hope for drug-resistant TB epidemicPromising results emerge from a pioneering multi-national clinical trial for the shorter TB treatment.
Mar 22, 2019
Tuberculosis has 'profound financial implications' for India: Health Minister JP NaddaOvercrowding, rapid urbanization, diabetes, & malnutrition were among the top things to watch for.
Mar 22, 2019
Tuberculosis may be eradicated by 2045 with better research funding, awarenessThere has not been a new and commercially available vaccination for tuberculosis in a century.
Mar 21, 2019
Providing subsidised tuberculosis tests can help India save 80 lakh lives in 30 years, finds Lancet studyThe Lancet study noted that in 2018 alone, there were 2.15 million new tuberculosis cases in India, an increase of 3 lakh cases in a single year.
Mar 01, 2019
UN warns that 'complacency' is causing rapid rise in measles cases worldwideMeasles maybe the disease, but the real infection is misinformation, mistrust & complacency: Official.
Dec 24, 2018
Year in review: India’s biggest achievements in the fields of science and medicineIndia made headlines in fields ranging from nanotechnology to space weather during the year.
Dec 11, 2018
Firstpost Salon | How technology can make public healthcare system more accessible and affordable: In conversation with Prashant WarierThe public healthcare system in India is inadequate for most of the population that depends on it. Can we use existing technologies better to make healthcare more accessible and affordable for the people? In this episode, we speak to Prashant Warier, an artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning expert, who is currently working with AI and machine learning to improve the diagnosis of Tuberculosis. He tells us why better technology is not a threat to radiologists, but in fact, a tool that will help them do their job better.