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June 2018

What is Typhoid fever?

Typhoid fever is a water and food-borne infectious disease caused by the bacterium, Salmonella enterica. The World Health Organization identifies typhoid fever as a serious public health issue. There are an estimated 11-20 million new cases reported annually, including over 128,000-161,000 deaths, predominantly among preschoolers and school-age children.

Typhoid fever is sometimes difficult to distinguish from other diseases that cause fever, so clinicians make a clinical diagnosis with the aid of laboratory-based diagnostics. In areas where the disease is commonly found, an effective typhoid test must be sensitive, specific, easily accessible, and simple to handle with a short turnaround time.

IDL Biotech includes additional clinics in its ongoing multicenter study for UBC® Rapid in Sweden.

IDL Biotech currently has a number of ongoing clinical studies both internationally and in Sweden, with the aim of demonstrating the clinical benefit of UBC® Rapid in bladder cancer and having the test included as a complement in the follow-up of patients with bladder cancer who are classified as high risk.

IDL Biotech signs distributor agreements in Rwanda, South Sudan and Somalia

IDL Biotech continues to expand in Africa. Today, IDL Biotech has signed a distributor agreement with Roi Scientific Ltd covering Rwanda, South Sudan and Somalia. The agreement covers the sale of TUBEX® TF.

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