A significant amount of tuberculosis research in recent years has been focused on combating the bacterial lung disease by treating it with drugs that are used to treat other diseases and conditions. There is still no cure and more drugs are urgently needed to meet the acute demand of the disease. The problem has been
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In honor of Women’s Day, women from all areas of Delft gathered at the Delft Health Center for an event that was organized by TASK, Touching Nations and the Delft CHC Management. Whilst the women were given gifts and pampered, it gave other visitors to the Delft Health Center an opportunity to test for TB
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This coming week the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) will publish the Correspondence, “β-Lactams against Tuberculosis — New Trick for an Old Dog?” by Prof Diacon & TASK. This is the most prestigious medicine journal in the world and every researcher would want to be in there at least once in their lives and
Must watch video from the 2015 TB Alliance Annual Report of Yvonne Chaka-Chaka, “A voice for the voiceless.” on The Importance of New TB Medicines for Children.
TASK and Aeras got together for this event, The purpose was to help people understand what tuberculosis (TB) vaccine clinical trials are about.
The aim of World Asthma Day is to raise awareness, care and support for those affected by asthma. Whilst the primary focus is supporting the person with asthma, support may also extend to family, friends and caregivers.
TASK Staff at TASK Clinical Research Centre had a team building session where they had 4 teams competing in a Potjieskos and Roosterkoek challenge. The teams rolled up their sleeves and put on their Chef hats to come up with the best dish of the day. see photos below.