Translational Research for Tuberculosis Elimination: Priorities, Challenges, and Actions

by Christian Lienhardt, Knut Lönnroth, Dick Menzies et al.
PLoS Med 13(3):e1001965 – Published: March 2, 2016

12 pp. 1.7 MB
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Research for TB elimination requires an intensification of efforts across a continuum from fundamental research to clinical, epidemiological, implementation, health system, and social science research. Enhancing research along the full spectrum, from basic to implementation, and strengthening research capacity, particularly in low- and middle-income countries severely affected by the TB epidemics, is crucial for TB elimination. The creation of a research-enabling environment that fosters and rewards high-quality research requires a broad-based, concerted effort by national governments and international donors to develop and promote TB research and research capacity at the country level and the effective engagement of all stakeholders.

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