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Firms plan to take on research after tests show vaccine protects monkeys from Middle East respiratory syndrome.
A lack of networking opportunities and journal access leaves many developing world scientists in ignorance.
Hear Laura James of NGO Field Ready explain how 3D printing can help create vital medical equipment in situ.
Family and community support improves drug access and adherence to health advice, finds South Pacific study.
The rVSV-ZEBOV vaccine is “highly efficacious” in preventing the disease, shows clinical trial in Guinea.
Spiders from East Africa and Malaysia devour disease-transmitting mosquitoes and could help control malaria.
The advice to expand treatment beyond vulnerable groups follows studies showing the benefits of early intervention.
Hear Ameenah Gurib-Fakim explain why scientists should tap local knowledge for development solutions.
Just US$300 million a year would greatly improve drug delivery for neglected tropical diseases, says coalition.
Millions suffer mental health problems, but you wouldn’t know it from the draft goals, says Jagannath Lamichhane.
The drug alters infected red blood cells so the body should filter them from the bloodstream, shows study.
But despite rise in testing, many patients carry on buying inappropriate medication, finds Ugandan trial.
“Pharma giant Merck has become the latest drug company to shareintellectual property rights with a UN-backed patent pool for HIVmedicines, but critics have told SciDev.Net it is “a false Read More