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Rwanda 20 Years after the Genocide: ‘Investing in Life’
A new study in The Lancet shows how Rwanda's equity-based approach to health has transformed the country in the wake of the 1994 genocide.
10 Surprising Facts about PIH’s Tuberculosis Lab in Peru
A new tuberculosis lab in Peru supports research and treatment for the country.
Video: Paul Farmer Speaks in Moscow about Health Equity
For more than 15 years, Partners In Health has been collaborating with Russian health authorities to deliver tuberculosis care for vulnerable and marginalized patients, including prisoners, the homeless, and those with substance abuse disorders. Earlier this week, Dr. Paul Farmer delivered a lecture at the Russian Academy of Sciences in which he discussed PIH-Russia’s work on drug-resistant tuberculosis, the push toward health equity, and advances in diagnosis and treatment regimens. “When there are new drugs discovered, the question is: what is our plan to deliver them equitably?” Dr. Farmer told the crowd.
Dr. Paul Farmer: A Conversation about Ending TB Deaths
On World TB Day, Dr. Paul Farmer talks with the UN's Ray Chambers about ending TB deaths in The Huffington Post.
MDR-TB in Children: A Q&A with PIH’s Dr. Mercedes Becerra
On World TB Day, PIH’s Dr. Mercedes Becerra published a groundbreaking paper on pediatric TB.
Download “PIH Guide to the Medical Management of Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis”
“This is an easy-to-use guide that contains all new information,” says Dr. KJ Seung, program director of PIH/Lesotho, deputy director of TB CARE II, and a co-editor of the guide.
What Stood in the Way of Treatment? Lessons from HIV
In the 2013 Shattuck Lecture, Partners In Health co-founder Dr. Paul Farmer argues that the true barrier to HIV treatment for poor people was a lack of funding, not the difficulty of delivering treatment. We look back at the HIV Equity Initiative in Haiti, which provided evidence for a model to make HIV treatment available to millions of people worldwide.