Country: Global

Monitoring HAART in HIV-Infected Parents in Thailand

Implementation of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) has led to a substantial decrease in HIV-related mortality and morbidity. With this important advance, however, has come a monitoring and decision-making process whose complexity challenges the medical care system, particularly in regions…

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Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI) in Africa

Schistosomiasis is a disease of the poor typically affecting rural villagers- especially school-age children, women, farmers and fishermen, who lack access to safe water and sanitation and whose daily activities bring them in contact with schistosoma-infested waters. This project implements…

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International Fellowship in Health Research Ethics

Most developing countries do not currently have a strong community of individuals who are concerned with research ethics. At present, few developed and developing country institutions provide formal training in the internationally relevant aspects of bioethics, particularly those related to…

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