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Global health e-brief ; 2009 3rd qtr
  • Published Date:
    2009
  • Language:
    English
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Center for Global Health (U.S.). Office of the Director.
  • Description:
    Asking the Right Questions Leads to Effective TB Treatment in People With HIV -- CDC Research Looks at How to Make Rotavirus Vaccines More Effective in Developing Countries -- Not Just Blowing Smoke: Simple, Low-Cost Changes Reduce Respiratory Disease in Kenyan Children -- CDC Costing Study Helps Ensure Sustainability of Global HIV Care and Treatment Programs -- With Findings from CDC Research, Africans Use Rapid Diagnostic Tests to Effectively Treat Malaria -- Improved Routine Immuniza­tion Means More Children Protected from Disease in Assam, India -- Newsbytes.

    Issue title: Global health research helps save lives

    Welcome to 2009’s third quarter Global Health E-Brief, designed to inform readers about key global health activities at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This issue highlights CDC's global health research. Looking for ways to ensure efforts maximize health and economic impact, CDC conducts research to evaluate, compare, and improve health programs and policies at every stage — from initial planning and design through implementation under often-challenging field conditions in the country. Research, particularly operations or applied research that takes science from "laboratory to field” is one of CDC's core contributions to the field of global health.

    CS205169

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