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  • Sabir's TB school visit

    Meet Sabir. He is 14 years old and lives in Surat, India. He loves studying and competed in the national Science Olympiad. He found out he had TB only after learning about the disease during a school visit by doctors.

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  • Jennifer's quality training

    This is Jennifer from the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) in the Philippines, leading a workshop in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on quality testing for malaria rapid tests.

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  • Zaza's lab-in-a-van

    Zaza is a social worker at Imedi HRS in Batumi, Georgia. With a lab specialist, Zaza does community outreach work conducting mobile counseling and screening for hepatitis C and other infectious diseases, using a lab-in-a van.

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From our CEO

22 May 2022

FIND calls on public health leaders for action on diagnostics PDF Quality, timely diagnosis is an essential enabler of health for all. Early diagnosis has been consistently linked to improved health outcomes and reduced out-of-pocket spending, while disease surveillance provides critical data to inform public health action. However, diagnosis is the weakest link in the care cascade. The capacity to perform basic tests is available in just 1% of primary…

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