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      August 27, 2008The Sciences

      Return of a Killer: Tuberculosis in Russia

      Veteran journalist Merrill Goozner, director of the Integrity in Science project at the Center for Science in the Public Interest, discusses his series of articles for SciAm.com on the rise of tuberculosis in Russia...
      June 16, 2008Health

      Evidence-based medicine in Russia: the challenge and the hope

      [ Editor's note: Merrill Goozner has spent the last two weeks reporting on the state of Russian health care. See his previous posts from the field: "It's all about the oil: Russia's resurgence rests on slippery foundation" and "Russia boosts healthcare in Siberia" ]MOSCOW – On my last morning in Russia, I dined with Vasiliy Vlassov, professor of research methodology at the Moscow Medical Academy and head of a small but feisty group of Russian physicians called the Society of Specialists in Evidence-Based Medicine...
      December 23, 2008Health

      What is Artemisinin?

      Coartem, a malaria drug whose potency is derived from a Chinese herb, may soon be approved for sale in the United States.
      December 9, 2008Sustainability

      SciAm and CNN keep an eye on a Planet in Peril

      Here at Scientific American , the fate of Earth is an important part of our coverage, from our new publication, Earth 3.0, to a grand plan for solar energy, to daily reporting on climate change...
      August 25, 2008

      A Siberian Community Mobilizes to Fight TB

      A Russian province bucks the national government, bringing tuberculosis treatment to the treated--and following through until they are cured. The results so far have been encouraging
      August 25, 2008

      In Pursuit of Better Weapons to Combat TB

      Tuberculosis remains a stubborn foe despite the efforts of the public and private sector's efforts to deploy new antibiotics and diagnostic tools against a disease that thrives on poverty and ignorance...
      August 25, 2008Health

      Prisons in Post-Soviet Russia Incubate a Plague

      The collapse of the Soviet health care system in the 1990s coupled with prisons releasing improperly treated inmates and endemic poverty escalated incidences of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis to epidemic proportions...
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