A British Medical Association report published today says that since 2000 there has been a resurgence in drugs to treat diseases such as malaria and leprosy, but that governments across the world have failed to invest in them.

BMA International Committee chair Dr Edwin Borman said: 'This report gives hope to millions of people living in poor countries who suffer from a range of deadly tropical diseases.'

Read the report here

A British Medical Association report published today says that since 2000 there has been a resurgence in drugs to treat diseases such as malaria and leprosy, but that governments across the world have failed to invest in them.

BMA International Committee chair Dr Edwin Borman said: 'This report gives hope to millions of people living in poor countries who suffer from a range of deadly tropical diseases.'

Read the report here