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Professor Rosanna Peeling

Professor and Chair of Diagnostics Research at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)

Breaking the Sound of Silence on Syphilis

Syphilis is said to have affected some of the great writers and artists of history including Oscar Wilde, Van Gogh and Manet. Yet, despite being depicted in some of the most popular artwork and literature of our time, it affects more pregnant women than HIV and it kills over 400,000 babies a year.
01/03/2013 11:56 GMT

Dying for the Lack of a Simple Test

Today, I'm speaking at the Pacific Health Summit on the importance of harmonising the regulation of diagnostic tests. Having worked in diagnostics for over 20 years, it's frustrating to see people dying for the lack of a simple diagnostic test when tests such as those for HIV have revolutionised our approach to healthcare.
13/06/2012 09:17 BST