Posts tagged Tuberculosis
Stat News: India should heed a teenager’s historic fight for lifesaving tuberculosis treatment

March 24, 2019: In an Op-ed in Stat News on World Tuburculosis Day 2019, AIDS-Free World’s Stephen Lewis and Dr. Jennifer Furin recount the heroic battle of Shreya Tripathi of India, a teenager who was denied life-saving treatment for tuberculosis until it was too late. (Photo: Marine Simon/AFP/Getty Images)

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An Apology and a Promise: Inuit and Tuberculosis

March 8, 2019: After years of pressure from Inuit in Nunavut, the Prime Minister of Canada has finally apologized for the Federal Government's historical mistreatment of Inuit with tuberculosis.

(Photo: Inuit aboard CGS C.D. Howe, a ship that brought those diagnosed with tuberculosis to sanatoriums in southern Canada. Wilfrid Doucette/National Film Board of Canada/Library and Archives Canada).

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Toronto Star: Safer pharmaceuticals needed for multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis

September 25, 2018: In an Op-ed in the Toronto Star on the eve of the UN’s first High-Level Meeting on Tuberculosis, AIDS-Free World’s Stephen Lewis and Georgia White appeal for safer drugs to battle multi-drug-resistant TB. (Photo: ©AIDS-Free World)

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Consortium of Universities for Global Health: Keynote by Stephen Lewis

March 16, 2018: Stephen Lewis' keynote address to open the annual conference of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH). (Photo: Marcus Rose / The Union)

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