Russia

Partners In Health's work in Russia has a narrower medical focus (MDR-TB) over a vastly wider geographical area than any of our other projects.

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PIH-Russia concludes an innovative six-year clinical trial.

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PIH-Russia accompanies its sister program in Kazakhstan as it gains footing.

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Following World TB Day events from PIH sites around the world.

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Using an algorithm in Russia to target HIV patients and drug users at risk of infection.

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New major USAID grant to help PIH fight tuberculosis in Russia.

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Kazakh physicians focus on addressing an epidemic of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis.

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World TB Day 2010

View a slideshow of images depicting PIH's work to fight tuberculosis at our sites around the world.

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Watch a slideshow featuring women from PIH projects around the world.

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Helping Russia take on MDR-TB

PIH's partners in Siberia help other regions in Russia address multidrug-resistant tuberculosis.

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PIH's 15th annual Thomas J. White Symposium focused on the theme "Pushing boundaries: past, present, and future." The program featured a panel of HIV patients who shared their stories of being provided with life-saving antiretroviral drugs. Another panel featured activists who have used the PIH model and philosophy of social justice to create their own programs to provide healthcare to the poor and inspire the next generation of social justice activists. View these panels as well as speeches from PIH co-founders Paul Farmer and Ophelia Dahl.

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More Russia news

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The work follows care providers; highlights 90 percent success rate.

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Staff hopes stories will inspire current patients to complete treatment, demystify disease.

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Photographer James Nachtwey’s exhibit sheds light on conditions faced by TB patients

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An interview with PIH-Russia’s medical director, Dr. Alex Golubkov.

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PIH Russia inaugurates WHO Collaborating Center in Novosibirsk.

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Research Articles

Publication date: 10/18/08
by Keshavjee S, Gelmanova IY, Farmer PE, Mishustin SP, Strelis AK, Andreev YG, Pasechnikov AD, Atwood S, Mukherjee JS, Rich ML, Furin JJ, Nardell EA, Kim JY, Shin SS.
Lancet. 2008

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Publication date: 08/01/06
by Mathew TA, Ovsyanikova TN, Shin SS, Gelmanova I, Balbuena DA, Atwood S, Peremitin GG, Strelis AK, Murray MB
International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease. 2006;10(8):857-863.

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Publication date: 04/01/06
by Shin S S, Pasechnikov A D, Gelmanova I Y, Peremitin G G, Strelis A K, Andreev Y G, Golubchikova V T, Tonkel T P, Yanova G V, Nikiforov M, Yedilbayev A, Mukherjee J S, Furin J J, Barry D J, Farmer P E, Rich M L, Keshavjee S
International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, April 2006, Vol. 10(4): 402-408.

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Publication date: 02/28/06
by Keshavjee S.
Medical Anthropology Quarterly, March 2006, Vol. 20(1): 72-93.

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Publication date: 01/01/04
by Keshavjee S. in Castro, Arachu and Singer, Merrill (ed.)
Unhealthy Health Policy: A Critical Anthropological Examination. Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira Press, 2004, pp. 97 - 114.

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Publication date: 03/01/00
by Keshavjee S, Becerra M.
Journal of the American Medical Association, March 1, 2000, Vol. 283:9, 1201

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Manuals


Publication date: 12/01/09
by Hind Satti and Kwonjune Seung.
World Health Organization

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Publication date: 06/01/06
by Partners In Health; Program in Infectious Disease and Social Change, Harvard Medical School; Division of Social Medicine and Health Inequalities, Brigham and Women's Hospital; François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights, Harvard School of Public Health (2006)

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Publication date: 01/01/03

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Essays


Publication date: 03/06/01
by Keshavjee S.
Journal of the American Medical Association (MS-JAMA online), March 7, 2001, Vol. 285 (9).

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Books


Publication date: 04/21/10
by Paul Farmer
University of California Press

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