News Link n. 17


The news links are part of the research project GESPAM (Geopolitica, Salute Pubblica e Accesso alle Medicine/Geopolitics, Public Health and Access to Medicines), which aims to focus on the best options for the use of trade and government rules related to public health by resource-limited countries.

News Link 17

-Cresce l’aspettativa di vita in America Latina

-TWAS changes name, but not its mission

-Subsidies Help Get Modern Malaria Drugs To Millions In Africa

-Sanofi, TB Alliance Form Research Collaboration To Search For New Treatment Compounds

-U.N. Report On MDGs Shows Declining Aid; SG Ban Urges Increased Global Partnership

-Transparency – Still An Uphill Battle In The EU

-Aid at America’s front lines

-A Brief Look At Botswana’s New IP Law

-Nigeria still lags behind in improving maternal, newborn health  (see also GESPAM… )

-WHO Says Nigeria Not On Track To Turn Back Polio Despite Having Tools, Capacity  (see also GESPAM… )

-Brazil and Chile pledge ongoing support to UNITAID

-Studying the Crisis in Human Resources for Health from the Health Labour Market Perspective – African Development Bank

-Blog Examines U.S. Presidential Candidates’ Foreign Policy, Science Stances With Respect To Global Health

-India: Balancing Public And Private Interests In The Intellectual Property Regime

-HIV vaccine ‘still a decade away’, say researchers

-ACTA: Will It Ever Become A Valid International Treaty?

-Treatment Access Is Essential Component Of Fight Against NCDs