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Empowering transgender communities in South Africa – lessons from Thailand

Thailand is one of the primary global centres for gender affirming healthcare practices. Before launching the first four dedicated transgender clinics in this country, the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute (Wits RHI) Key Populations project sent a team to Bangkok, Thailand, in November 2018 in order to learn from experts in the field.
Author
Erica Penfold, Project Manager - Learning & Dissemination, Key Pops, Wits RHI Key Populations Project

Drug susceptibility testing and mortality in patients treated for tuberculosis in high-burden countries: a multicentre cohort study

Author
Kathrin Zürcher, Marie Ballif, Prof Lukas Fenner, Sonia Borrell, Peter M Keller, Joachim Gnokoro et al.
Drug resistance is a challenge for the global control of tuberculosis. We examined mortality in patients with tuberculosis from high-burden countries, according to concordance or discordance of results from drug susceptibility testing done locally and in a reference laboratory.
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Elimination of mother-to-child transmission of HIV: lessons learned from success in Thailand

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Author
Usa Thisyakorn

In 1988, the generalised HIV/AIDS epidemic in Thailand began and in the same year the first HIV-exposed infant in Thailand was born at King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, Bangkok. From the early to mid-1990s, an epidemic wave of HIV-infected women and infants occurred. Heterosexual HIV transmission, as described in the Asian Epidemic Model, was the major mode of spread in Thailand, causing an increasing number of HIV-infected pregnant women.

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