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 80
MSF responds to news of pull out of neglected disease R&D by AstraZeneca
HIV testing in 2014: An update on access, ethics, human rights and
New study captures the value of new medicines in middle-income countries
New Study Makes Case for Innovative Medicines
Campaign to Prevent Damage to Innovation from the Proposed Draft National IP Policy in South Africa
Concerns Erupt Over Leaked Pharma Lobbying Plan Against IP Policy In South Africa
Why the European Parliament elections matter for international development
European development loans: At what cost?
Obama highlights US aid priorities in SOTU
In State Of The Union, Obama Highlights Need For Patent Reform
Obamacare. Tra Via crucis e Manna dal cielo
ACA Coverage Goes Live: A Health Affairs Conversation With Karen Davis, Dan Mendelson, And Tom Scully
Accountable Care Growth In 2014: A Look Ahead
At WIPO, Global Experts Share Experiences On Open Collaboration
The 0.000001%: Committed to “Improving the State of the World”?
MEPs call for ‘inclusion’ of disabled in EU development policies
3 MYTHS THAT BLOCK PROGRESS FOR THE POOR
2014 African Year of Agriculture and Food Security
(RED), U2 and Bank of America Partner to Fight AIDS
Per eliminare le mutilazioni genitali femminili
5 Lessons on Integrating Family Planning and Maternal Health
Reflections on Davos: It’s Not Just Women Who Are Working Towards Gender Equality