Exclusive Speaker Interview with Richard Tedder – Speaker at the 2nd Annual MarketsandMarkets Infectious Diseases Diagnostics Conference

Exclusive Speaker Interview with Richard Tedder – Speaker at the 2nd Annual MarketsandMarkets Infectious Diseases Diagnostics Conference

London, UK. February 11, 2019 – MarketsandMarkets recently caught up with expert speaker Richard Tedder, Public Health England (PHE) – UK, regarding the conference 2nd Annual MarketsandMarkets Infectious Diseases Diagnostics Conference, taking place on 28th February – 1st March 2019 in Hotel Novotel London West, UK. Richard Tedder is a well know Virologist and Microbiologist and is head of the Blood Borne Viruses, National Infection Service, Public Health England – UK. He was also head of the Department of Virology at University College London. Mr. Tedder first published his work…

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Everything about Fungal Infection – Types, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment

Everything about Fungal Infection – Types, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment

Fungal infection, most common among humans in the world. Probably everybody gets affected by fungal infection at some stage in life. It is common and is mostly caused due to the harmful fungi present in air, water, soil and plants. Fungal infection is not always dangerous but if it is left untreated or shows long-term consequences then it can get scary; but not if the infection is diagnosed and treated on time. In fact, meningitis and bloodstream fungal infections can be deadly. So, make sure, you do not delay in…

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Neglected Tropical Disease may be Treated with the Help of Novel Drug

Neglected Tropical Disease may be Treated with the Help of Novel Drug

A novel drug could be used to treat neglected tropical diseases developed by researchers which can prompt genuine inability and affect more than 157 million individuals globally. University of Liverpool – UK, to deliver the first novel completely manufactured and soundly structured anti-Wolbachia drug, AWZ1066S, could potentially be used to cure onchocerciasis and lymphatic filariasis (LF). Onchocerciasis are caused by the filarial worm transmitted by repeated bites of infected blackflies and LF occurs when filarial parasites are transmitted to humans through mosquitoes. Steve Ward, researcher at University of Liverpool said,…

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