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Putting data-driven interventions into the hands of health workers is closing the immunization gap.
As Zambia and other countries attempt to become malaria-free, new innovations are here—and on the horizon.
How one consortium is expanding drug options to fight parasitic worms worldwide.
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A rising tide of virulent TB in Ukraine meets a new drug and vigilant workers who won’t give up on their patients.
One of the world’s deadliest diseases may be eliminated through new tools and a commitment from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The next generation in hearing aid technology may include human ears that can repair themselves.
Through wars and epidemics, Dr. Jean-Claude Kiluba has saved thousands of lives in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The waterborne disease is still infecting millions around the world each year. What can we do about it?