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IDDO’s visceral leishmaniasis (VL) collaboration is working on two new projects looking at the treatment of VL. The first is a systematic review of the literature on design and analysis of antileishmanial clinical efficacy studies, and the second is a systematic review of published studies to estimate the baseline risk of serious adverse events and mortality in patients treated with antileishmanial therapies.

Researcher working with local people in Africa © Credit CDC Alan C.

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