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The worldwide burden of morbidity and mortality related to leptospirosis is unknown, meaning that leptospirosis is removed from the public health priority list.
As waves of COVID-19 continue to roll through societies, we are seeing data emerge on associated bacterial and fungal infections in COVID-19 patients and on antimicrobial usage for these patients.
We have once again seen a record number of applications for our Small Grants Programme, receiving 1,198 applications in total.
Data gathered in southern Mali suggest very few of the population would accept a COVID-19 vaccine if offered today.
On 20 April, the WHO announced that The Gambia had met the targets for the elimination of trachoma as a public health problem.
On this year’s World Malaria Day, 25 April, the RBM Partnership to End Malaria commends the extraordinary steps that countries and their supporting partners have taken to continue in the push to reach zero malaria.
To mark World Malaria Day 2021 on 25 April, we posed some questions on the current malaria situation to Professor Sir Brian Greenwood.
Mycetoma is an important disease that affects the poorest of communities, and which has, for a long time, received little scientific or clinical attention.
Nurses have always been on the frontline in managing cancer patients. They play an important role in cancer care delivery in all forms of treatment.
1.7 billion people worldwide live with NTDs. Diseases that deform bodies, blind and kill, disrupt children’s education, limit lifetime productivity; and ultimately traps families and communities in cycles of poverty that contribute to crippling economies.
Can a world with staggering socio-economic inequality suddenly become equal as a result of a global pandemic? Or does the pandemic magnify the pre-existing disparities and vulnerabilities across the world?
On 8 March, RSTMH is celebrating International Women’s Day 2021, which this year is focused on the theme choosing to challenge.