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Patched-up – Inkjet print of digital image (29 x 32 cm)

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Patched-up – Inkjet print of digital image (29 x 32 cm)
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The immune responses against MTB in different geographic regions differ; thus, the protective vaccines for one region may not be useful in another
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‘I am those that are no more. For no good reason I am in the evening sun, those vanished person’
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All Our Yesterdays (Poem) – Jorge Luis Borges
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The Garden – Oil/canvas and fabric flowers (150 x 90 cm)

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The Garden – Oil/canvas and fabric flowers (150 x 90 cm)
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For women, the results of the stigmatization due to TB have been particularly severe— divorce, loss of work, and separation from their children
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‘Nothing has changed. The body is susceptible to pain, it must eat and sleep, it has thin skin and blood right underneath and adequate stock of teeth and nails...’
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Tortures (Poem) – Wislawa Szymborska
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Untitled – Photography

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Untitled – Photography
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TB vaccines need to be tested where the TB burden is the highest and amongst communities who need these vaccines most. At the same time, the highest scientifi c and ethical standards should be followed. Clinical trials of new TB vaccines in humans are necessary to establish safety, immunogenicity, and efficacy
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‘Fly child on the double moon of her breast. It, saddened by onions. You, satisfied. Never give way….’
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Lullaby of the Onion (Poem) – Miguel Hernández
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Home Sweet Home – Pencil drawing on inkjet print (32 x 48 cm)

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Home Sweet Home – Pencil drawing on inkjet print (32 x 48 cm)
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Both equity and human rights principles dictate the necessity to strive for equal opportunity for health for groups of people who have suffered marginalization or discrimination
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‘History counts its skeletons in round numbers. A thousand and one remains a thousand, as though the one had never existed.’
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Hunger Camp at Jaslo (Poem) – Wislawa Szymborska
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Healthy Lungs – Mixed/canvas (100 x 300 cm)

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Healthy Lungs – Mixed/canvas (100 x 300 cm)
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TB is a disease of poverty affecting mostly young adults during their most productive years
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‘By my bedside a young woman is laughing How can I come to her alone, without my body? I can’t leave it, I must not touch her My touch, like the touch of death, spreads disarray’
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The Body and Us (Poem) – Antun Branko Šimić
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Untitled – Photography

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Untitled – Photography
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‘I want no more than a hand, a wounded hand, if possible. I want no more than a hand, even if I spend a thousand nights with no bed.’
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Casida of the Impossible Hand (Poem) – Federico Garcia Lorca
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Untitled – Installation (Variable dimensions)

Untitled – Installation (Variable dimensions)
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The only way to eliminate TB as a public health problem is by means of coordinating scientific, political, and social efforts.
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‘Others will say in verses others reasons, who knows more useful, more urgency; this didn’t change its nature, hanging between two denials, Now, to invent art and ways to join the chances and the certainty, takes or not the whole life.’
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Hasta la carne (Poem) – José Saramago
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Untitled – Photography

Untitled – Photography
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Topics associated with ethics in TB vaccines and with TB in general have been less dealt with by the international community
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‘Here I want to see those men of hard voice. Those that break horses and dominate rivers; those men of sonorous skeleton who sing with a mouth full of sun and flint.’
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The Laid Out Body (Poem) – Federico Garcia Lorca
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Mixed/X-ray fi lm

Mixed/X-ray fi lm
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Bioinformatics makes possible the interaction between very distant researchers. The large number of databases produced, sometimes with the use of very expensive technologies and processing programs, once kindly made freely available online, benefited researchers from all parts of the world, even those from low-resourced labs
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‘… we are like gods, inventing from the solitude of the world these signs as bridges hugging the distances....’
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The Words are New (Poem) – José Saramago
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Untitled – Photography

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Untitled – Photography
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More intensive action is needed to control and ultimately eliminate TB
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‘My heart waits also, towards light and towards life for another miracle of spring’
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On the Old Elm (Poem) – Antonio Machado
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