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    July 2022
  1. BROTHERS TD, Lewer D, Jones N, Colledge-Frisby S, et al
    Opioid agonist treatment and risk of death or rehospitalization following injection drug use-associated bacterial and fungal infections: A cohort study in New South Wales, Australia.
    PLoS Med. 2022;19:e1004049.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    June 2022
  2. NSENGIYUMVA NP, Campbell JR, Oxlade O, Vesga JF, et al
    Scaling up target regimens for tuberculosis preventive treatment in Brazil and South Africa: An analysis of costs and cost-effectiveness.
    PLoS Med. 2022;19:e1004032.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    May 2022

  3. Call for Papers: PLOS Medicine Special Issue on Bacterial Antimicrobial Resistance-Surveillance and Prevention.
    PLoS Med. 2022;19:e1004014.
    PubMed    


  4. NYAMWAYA DK, Otiende M, Mwango L, Kariuki SM, et al
    Incidence of chikungunya virus infections among Kenyan children with neurological disease, 2014-2018: A cohort study.
    PLoS Med. 2022;19:e1003994.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  5. QIAN G, Toizumi M, Clifford S, Le LT, et al
    Association of pneumococcal carriage in infants with the risk of carriage among their contacts in Nha Trang, Vietnam: A nested cross-sectional survey.
    PLoS Med. 2022;19:e1004016.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    March 2022
  6. FOSTER N, Nguyen HV, Nguyen NV, Nguyen HB, et al
    Social determinants of the changing tuberculosis prevalence in Viet Nam: Analysis of population-level cross-sectional studies.
    PLoS Med. 2022;19:e1003935.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    February 2022
  7. YANG C, Sobkowiak B, Naidu V, Codreanu A, et al
    Phylogeography and transmission of M. tuberculosis in Moldova: A prospective genomic analysis.
    PLoS Med. 2022;19:e1003933.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    January 2022
  8. FOO C, Shrestha P, Wang L, Du Q, et al
    Integrating tuberculosis and noncommunicable diseases care in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs): A systematic review.
    PLoS Med. 2022;19:e1003899.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  9. HOCKING JS, Wood A, Temple-Smith M, Braat S, et al
    The impact of removing financial incentives and/or audit and feedback on chlamydia testing in general practice: A cluster randomised controlled trial (ACCEPt-able).
    PLoS Med. 2022;19:e1003858.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    December 2021
  10. SEMITALA FC, Kadota JL, Musinguzi A, Nabunje J, et al
    Completion of isoniazid-rifapentine (3HP) for tuberculosis prevention among people living with HIV: Interim analysis of a hybrid type 3 effectiveness-implementation randomized trial.
    PLoS Med. 2021;18:e1003875.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    November 2021
  11. HARDY M, Samuela J, Kama M, Tuicakau M, et al
    Community control strategies for scabies: A cluster randomised noninferiority trial.
    PLoS Med. 2021;18:e1003849.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    September 2021
  12. WEN SCH, Ezure Y, Rolley L, Spurling G, et al
    Gram-negative neonatal sepsis in low- and lower-middle-income countries and WHO empirical antibiotic recommendations: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
    PLoS Med. 2021;18:e1003787.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  13. HUYNH BT, Kermorvant-Duchemin E, Chheang R, Randrianirina F, et al
    Severe bacterial neonatal infections in Madagascar, Senegal, and Cambodia: A multicentric community-based cohort study.
    PLoS Med. 2021;18:e1003681.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    August 2021
  14. CHAN J, Gidding HF, Blyth CC, Fathima P, et al
    Levels of pneumococcal conjugate vaccine coverage and indirect protection against invasive pneumococcal disease and pneumonia hospitalisations in Australia: An observational study.
    PLoS Med. 2021;18:e1003733.
    PubMed     Abstract available


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