Landmark Clinical Trial Redefines Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Treatment Options
The trial found three new drug regimens that can deliver similar efficacy and safety to conventional treatments while reducing treatment time by up to two-thirds.
PIH Gives Tuberculosis Patient Broad Support for Recovery
The support includes medications, oxygen, home improvements, and more
Feeding Children to Curb Malnutrition in Haiti
Mobile food clinics reach remote communities in Haiti to help identify malnourished children earlier, so treatment can be delivered before health problems turn fatal.
Preterm Baby Receives Lifesaving Care at PIH-Supported Hospital
After nearly three months in the hospital, Linda Depoyou and baby Godsent were discharged
How Solar Panels Are Supporting Care In Indigenous Communities In Peru
Partners In Health has installed over 200 solar panels nationwide
Q&A: Dr. Leonid Lecca On The Ongoing Fight Against Tuberculosis In Peru
Executive director of Socios En Salud reflects on tuberculosis challenges, progress after United Nations meeting
Photo Essay: Tuberculosis Patient Reunites With Family
Follow Nthabiseng Mokone's journey from a PIH-supported halfway facility to her home.
Butaro Hospital completes expansion project, becomes teaching hospital
The expansion improves care for thousands, secures teaching hospital accreditation
PIH Applauds Breakthrough in Access to Key MDR-TB Drug
PIH CEO Dr. Sheila Davis shares her thoughts on what it will mean to have access to generic version's of Johnson & Johnson's bedaquiline, a key drug in the global fight against tuberculosis.
Statement on Armed Attack on Hôpital Universitaire de Mirebalais in Haiti
This attack violates the essential principles of hospital neutrality, and it has left a deep scar on hospital staff and patients alike.
Injustice has a cure