Infectious disease control and elimination

Some interesting articles from this weeks Nature newsletter.

SUPPLEMENT:  INFECTIOUS DISEASE CONTROL AND ELIMINATION: MODELLING THE IMPACT OF IMPROVED DIAGNOSTICS
Expanding the role of diagnostic and prognostic tools for infectious diseases in resource-poor settings OPEN
Azra C. Ghani, Deborah Hay Burgess, Alison Reynolds et al.
Evaluating the impact of pulse oximetry on childhood pneumonia mortality in resource-poor settings OPEN
Jessica Floyd, Lindsey Wu, Deborah Hay Burgess et al.
Understanding the incremental value of novel diagnostic tests for tuberculosis OPEN
Nimalan Arinaminpathy, David Dowdy
Sustainable HIV treatment in Africa through viral-load-informed differentiated care OPEN
Andrew Phillips, Amir Shroufi, Lara Vojnov et al.
Systematic review and meta-analysis of community and facility-based HIV testing to address linkage to care gaps in sub-Saharan Africa OPEN
Monisha Sharma, Roger Ying, Gillian Tarr et al.
Comparison of diagnostics for the detection of asymptomatic Plasmodium falciparum infections to inform control and elimination strategies OPEN
Lindsey Wu, Lotus L. van den Hoogen, Hannah Slater et al.
Assessing the impact of next-generation rapid diagnostic tests onPlasmodium falciparum malaria elimination strategies OPEN
Hannah C. Slater, Amanda Ross, André Lin Ouédraogo et al.
Health-seeking behaviour, diagnostics and transmission dynamics in the control of visceral leishmaniasis in the Indian subcontinent OPEN
Graham F. Medley, T. Déirdre Hollingsworth, Piero L. Olliaro et al.
The role of rapid diagnostics in managing Ebola epidemics OPEN
Pierre Nouvellet, Tini Garske, Harriet L. Mills et al.
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