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TB R&D Weekly Update: Future Medicinal Chemistry Features Neglected Diseases

Special Focus: Neglected Diseases [PART 1]. Future Medicinal Chemistry. August 2011, Volume 3, Number 10 (free issue)

Special Focus: Neglected Diseases [PART 2]. Future Medicinal Chemistry. September 2011, Volume 3, Number 11 (not yet released)

The August and September issues of Future Medicinal Chemistry will focus on neglected diseases including tuberculosis. The issue includes articles from TB researchers including Ann Ginsberg and Takushi Kaneko.

Additional TB R&D News:

Discovering new drugs to fight TB (article on work lead by Dr. Ronan O’Toole)

90-minute TB test not a game changer for India

Clofazimine Analogs with Efficacy against Experimental Tuberculosis and Reduced Potential for Accumulation

Treatment of Tuberculosis in a Region with High Drug Resistance: Outcomes, Drug Resistance Amplification and Re-Infection

African countries show excellent results in short-course regimen for MDR-TB

New Treatment Potential Found in Popular TB Drug (Pyrazinamide)

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