Editor’s note: This story by PATH editor Lesley Reed originally published on The Huffington Post as part of a #GivingTuesday series …
Creativity, collaboration, and a multidimensional strategy go a long way in the fight against the world’s top childhood killer.
To end polio, we must focus our work on hard-to-reach areas. PATH's polio vaccine development lead tells us why vaccine access is critical.
Africa is on the cusp of being polio-free after news that Nigeria has gone one year without recording a single case of polio. How did they …
This may look like a soup thermos, but it's not. Can you guess what it is? Meet one of PATH's newest technologies with lifesaving potential.
The African pouched rat can sniff multiple samples and detect the ones with tuberculosis. Are rats the future of low-cost diagnostics?
This Stanford lab is focused on inexpensive innovations that save lives, as PATH's CEO Steve Davis discovered.
At PATH, we call these game-changing technologies. And we believe the outcomes result in an extraordinary return on investment.
A new diagnostic tool from PATH is helping to put the elimination of river blindness within reach.
In many areas of the world, a blackfly bite can cause more than temporary discomfort. River blindness infects 18 million people a year.