Image credit: USAID Kenya Rapid Diagnostic Tests (RDT’s) are single-use diagnostic tools for use with few or no additional resources. Combined with lenient storage and limited training… Read More
On 16th November, Drs. Andrew Bellinger, Mousa Jafari and Tyler Grant (MIT, Harvard Medical School and Lyndra Inc.) and colleagues published a paper on their new, ultra-long-lasting drug del… Read More
Antimicrobial resistance is one of the greatest challenges in modern medicine. The lack of reliable, low-cost technologies for the detection of bacterial infection and antibiotic resistance… Read More
Counterfeit and substandard medicines which contain little or no active ingredients are widespread in low-middle income countries (LMIC’s), often as a result of lack of government over… Read More
Diagnosis of malaria is undertaken with a range of tools, the gold standard being microscopy of stained blood samples. A range of alternatives exist with each their drawbacks and advantages… Read More
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