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TB Partnership looking for Trial Sites - The Critical Path to TB Drug Regimens (CPTR)

An international partnership is looking for potential collaborators for planned phase II and III clinical trials. If you would like to register the possible interest of your clinical trial site then please let them know

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International TB Research Roadmap Launched!

A plan targeting researchers around the world and providing them with a framework to achieve the research objectives of the the Global Plan to Stop TB 2011-2015 and beyond, towards elimination of TB, was launched on Saturday at the Union World Conference on Lung Health.

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Working Group on New TB Drugs website

The mission of the New TB Drugs group is to accelerate the discovery and development of new drugs for the treatment of tuberculosis by bringing together the stakeholders in TB Drug Development, including the patients themselves.
The site features blogs, clinical research sites, upcoming meetings, grant opportunities, and resources.

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TB Partnership looking for Trial Sites - The Critical Path to TB Drug Regimens (CPTR)

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An international TB Partnership looking for Trial Sites for upcoming phase I and II trials. The CPTR Initiative aims to ...


This review, written by Ruth McNerney and Peter Daley, provides an overview of the state of research into point-of-care diagnostics for active tuberculosis and highlights the barriers to the development of these tests.

2nd March 2012 • comment

Evidence-Based Tuberculosis Diagnosis

by Madhukar Pai, Andrew Ramsay, Richard O'Brien
16th February 2012 • comment

  The Critical Path to TB Drug Regimens (CPTR) Initiative is seeking new trial sites for collaboration in planned phase I and II trials.  Also available in French - click on the link and scroll down for French version.

25th October 2011 • comment