TB2016 Presentations - Saturday 16 July 2016 (Session Room 10)

Breakout Session 2 - Ending TB Drug Shortages

Supply challenges in endemic settings
Welile Sikhondze, National TB Control Program, Ministry of Health, Swaziland

Supply challenges in the US
Kenyon Farrow, Treatment Action Group

The impact of supply shortages on people living with TB
Yuliia Kalancha, AIDS Healthcare Foundation Ukraine

Abstract Session 2 - Prevention of HIV-associated TB

Abstract No. O13 Effectiveness and feasibility of implementation of isoniazid preventive therapy for HIV infected children attending ART clinics in India
P.K. Bhavani

Abstract No. O15 Effectiveness of isoniazid preventive therapy in reducing incidence of tuberculosis among PLHIV in programme settings in India
C. Padmapriyadarsini

Combined presentation of abstract O13 and O15
Abstract No. O16 HIV viral load as an independent risk factor for tuberculosis in South Africa

L. Fenner

Abstract No. O14 Detection and characterisation of mycobacterium tuberculosis-specific CD4+ T cells using MHC class II tetramers in latent TB infection
N. Strickland

Breakout Session 4 - Transitioning from Research and Development to Access for Children with TB

Filling research gaps for children with TB
Jennifer Furin, Case Western Reserve University

Developing and registering pediatric formulations for TB
Vijay Agarwal, Macleods

Programme considerations for integrating new tools
John Ditekemena, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

Breakout Session 6 - Aligning and Achieving Targets for HIV/AIDS and TB Control

90-90-90 Targets for TB
Paula Fujiwara, International Union Against

Tuberculosis and Lung Disease Aligning HIV & TB targets in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Michel Kazatchkine, UN Special Envoy on HIV/AIDS in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Vital gaps in reaching TB targets
Shannon Hader, United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Innovative financing in the fight to end TB
Robert Matiru, Unitaid