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A new technology could quickly identify pneumonia by using chemicals that light up in lungs when certain bacteria are present.
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.
Driving this deadly disease out of Senegal is a real possibility—if people keep up the fight.
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.