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PLOS & DNDi: A Decade of OA & R&D

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In 2013, PLOS and DNDi (Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative) celebrate their 10th Anniversaries: a decade of Open Access publishing and a decade of research and development for drugs for neglected diseases. During the last 10 years, PLOS journals have published numerous articles on this topic, many of which were authored by DNDi researchers. This collection showcases some of the most important papers published on R&D of drugs for neglected tropical diseases over the last decade – including papers from PLOS Medicine, PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases and PLOS ONE – and show the myriad aspects of the work of DNDi and PLOS, from advocacy, innovation, drug research and distribution and, particularly, the importance of publishing such content in Open Access journals.

Image Credit: Tsetse Fly (Top Left): Tam Nguyen, Wikimedia Commons; Hand (Top Right): cosmo flash, Flickr; Petri Dish (Bottom Left): Microrao, Wikimedia Commons; Hookworm (Bottom Right): CDC's Public Health Image Library, Wikimedia Commons.

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    Tsetse Fly (Top Left): Tam Nguyen, Wikimedia Commons; Hand (Top Right): cosmo flash, Flickr; Petri Dish (Bottom Left): Microrao, Wikimedia Commons; Hookworm (Bottom Right): CDC's Public Health Image Library, Wikimedia Commons.
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