RESIST-TB Webinar Series – The V-QUIIN MDR Trial

RESIST-TB movement welcomes you to join an online presentation from Greg Fox, PhD MMBS FRACP MBBS MIPH on the V-QUIN MDR Trial. the presentation will take pleace on Thursday, November 3rd, from 08:00 to 9:00 EST (13:00-14:00 CET).

The V-QUIN Trial is a randomized controlled trial that aims to evaluate six months of daily levofloxacin versus six months of placebo as preventative therapy among household contacts of patients with MDR-TB. The V-QUIN Trial is enrolling children, adolescents, and infants regardless of HIV status.  Currently, the V-QUIN Trial is enrolling participants in Vietnam.

To join the event as an attendee, 1) Go to https://hms.webex.com/hms/onstage/g.php?MTID=e52c5fa4a93e6022b01ab27f808333b04, 2) Click “Join Now”.

To join the audio conference only :

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RESIST-TB is a movement to promote and conduct research on the treatment and prevention of drug-resistant tuberculosis, with a commitment to address the substantial existing gaps in our knowledge and to help provide access to an effective cure and prophylaxis of drug-resistant tuberculosis throughout the world.

To find out more about RESIST-TB’s work as well as the latest news and publications on MDR-TB, please visit our website at www.resisttb.org