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The Clinical HIV Research Unit is committed to keeping all its stakeholders and the communities with which it works up to date with accurate information from the National Department of Health in South Africa about Covid-19 in this country. https://sacoronavirus.co.za/
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Monday,  23 March 2020: “As part of World TB Day on 24 March, we want to send a strong message that TB is not a death sentence. However, it is a very serious disease if left untreated. In addition, those with TB who are not on treatment will be at higher risk of worse outcomes...
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Tuberculosis is a global pandemic, killing someone approximately every 21 seconds — about 1.5 million in 2018 alone.
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Informed and engaged communities make new TB medicines possible.
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Monday 2 December 2019: As the world focused on World Aids Day yesterday, the Clinical HIV Research Unit (CHRU) is calling on communities in Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth and Durban to take part in ground breaking clinical trials to help end HIV and associated diseases like tuberculosis (TB) and cervical cancer. “You could become a participant...
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SA is leading the world`s response to the HIV epidemic with major research projects in the prevention, treatment and care of people living.
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A new ground breaking program which was established to slash treatment time frames for drug resistant TB.
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Witkoppen Community Advisory Board (CAB) executive member Nkululeko Masuku took part in a clinical trial to test new and better treatments for TB. He made a full recovery, supported by the professional team at the Clinical HIV Research Unit. Watch this short video here about how he battled and overcame TB, despite losing his brother...
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