Gates Foundation wants proposals that deal with infectious diseases

09/3/2008 | Crosscut.com

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation wants more work done toward the eradication of AIDS, tuberculosis and infectious diseases. The foundation has issued another call for novel approaches to treat these diseases, as well as malaria and pneumonia, along with finding a way to overcome drug resistance. The first call netted 4,000 proposals, but the announcement of winners has been postponed until October, and a second call has been issued.

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