AGENDA: Do not miss!!
We will celebrate the World TB Day
at Palau Macaya, Barcelona (thanks to the LaCaixa Foundation), on 22th March 2017, from 10 am to 3 pm.
Organized by the FUITB.
Tag Archives: M.tuberculosis
We spent last tweek in Tbilisi, Georgia, to prepare the start of our 2 new CT to evaluate hostdirected therapies: ibuprofen and the nutraceutical Nyaditum resae. A pilot CT will evaluate ibuprofen as coadjuvant treatment for Pre-XDR and XDR-TB; and … Continue reading
The fuiTB Foundation has organized an art competition to raise funds for their activities against tuberculosis. We are participating, and we’d like you to participate too! Popular voting and 3 awards. The only thing you have to do is to … Continue reading
Now that our Conference in Empúries is ended, we would like to thank all the speakers, attendees, sponsors (ClinCapture/S4 Research, Manremyc SL, Noel Alimentaria, Doctoralia) and supporters (SEPAR, TBVI, UITB, CIBERES) involved. We are aware this type of conferences are … Continue reading
We are happy to announce that we are going to conduct a pilot clinical trial in the NCTLD in Tbilisi, Georgia to evaluate the potential benefit and safety of ibuprofen as coadjuvant in the treatment of XDR-TB cases. The study … Continue reading
An impressive program for a great discussion for TB physicians & surgeons and TB developers &modelers. WILL YOU MISS IT?
Still not registered? Please note that -thanks to a sponsorship help- we have been able to reduce fees, especially for students and EU-funded TB consortia partners; and that the Eary-bird registration fees apply until the 27th of February only. Do … Continue reading
“Towards host-directed therapies for tuberculosis”: a position comment published in Nature Reviews Drug Discovery by the HDT network.
The prestigious journal Nature Reviews Drug Discovery has published the The Host-Directed Therapies Network (HDT-NET) views and consensus as a comment article. The HDT-NET was founded last spring (April, 7th 2015) by Pr. Alimuddin Zumla and Pr. Markus Maeurer, and gathers 29 African … Continue reading