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Covid-19, Tuberkulosis, dan Malaria
16 February 2021, 31 view.

Covid-19 sudah 10 bulan ada di dunia, dan praktis memengaruhi seluruh sendi kehidupan. Karena itu, dapat dimengerti bahwa perhatian penuh diberikan terhadap penanggulangan penyakit ini. Tapi perlu diingat bahwa banyak masalah kesehatan lain yang juga perlu mendapat perhatian.

Pengalaman sebelum ini menunjukkan, kalau sistem kesehatan kewalahan terhadap satu wabah tertentu maka kematian akibat penyakit lain, yang seharusnya dapat dicegah dan diobati, akan meningkat secara tajam. Pada kejadian wabah ebola di Afrika (2014-2015), peningkatan angka kematian akibat penyakit campak, HIV/AIDS, tuberkulosis (TB), dan malaria, ternyata lebih tinggi dari kematian akibat ebolanya sendiri.

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Seminar about TB and Healthy lifestyle for public
23 February 2016 | Views 4394

Indonesia IMTC and PT. AIO in collaboration with PT. Senayan Trikarya Sempana organize a seminar about healthy life style and Tuberculosis prevention for employee of PT. STS and Fairmont Hotel. This activity was done onThursday, 18th of February 2016 at meeting room, Senayan apartment Tower CD and attended byaround 28 employee and opening by Senior Manager HRD PT. STS Mr. Agustinus Hartono. In this activity, the speaker from PT. AIO Mrs. Yulia Kusumawardani explain about healthy life style, and dehydration, than continuedwith presentation about TB Prevention by Dr. Yoesrianto Tahir from Indonesia IMTC.

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WHO moves to improve access to lifesaving medicines for hepatitis C, drug-resistant TB and cancers
2 September 2015 | Views 1967

New WHO Model List of Essential Medicines published; After about 45 years of scarce innovation for TB medicines, 5 new products are included in the List. Four of these, including bedaquiline and delamanid, target multidrug-resistant TB. 

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World TB Day 24 March
28 March 2016 | Views 1928

The World Health Organization celebrated the World Tuberculosis Day every year since March 24, 1982.. The World Health Organization celebrated the World Tuberculosis Day every year since March 24, 1982.. In the recent report which was released in 2015, as many as 9.6 million people worldwide were suffered from TB, 1.5 million people died in the last 1 year. There are 1 million children suffer from TB, and 95% of TB cases exist in countries with middle and low income and become one of the biggest causes of death.

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