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Public health round-up 

Tracking progress to 2030 

TTIP: a corporate lobbying paradise 

The Trans-Pacific Partnership – Is It Bad for Your Health? 

Mylan criticisms of the TPP provisions as regards generic medicines, warns USTR on “lazy drafting” 

Investor-State Cases Could Have Cost Cash-Strapped Argentina $80B, Paper Says 

“BRICS” bank launches in Shanghai, to work with AIIB 

The New BRICS Bank Should Be Green and Focus on Poverty 

The Guardian view on global development goals: heed the good news, but more needs to be done 

EU Commissioner Signals Support For LDC Request To Waive IP Rights Enforcement On Pharma 

Human Rights Reader 365 

Technology, innovation and health equity 

UN talks deliver development financing framework for post-2015 era 

The Medicine Patent Pool Statement on the Addis Ababa Action Agenda: Third International Conference on Financing for Development 

To Support Physician Decision-Making, Re-Evaluate Industry Funding Of Science 

A comparative analysis of national HIV policies in six African countries with generalized epidemics 

Roche expands HIV Global Access Program to include infants in resource limited settings 

Aid Agencies Hail Agreement On Access To Early Infant HIV Diagnostic Technologies 

MSF warns successful global HIV response will require bigger emphasis on adherence 

A UNAIDS–Lancet Commission on Defeating AIDS—Advancing Global Health 

Strengthening Incentives for a Sustainable Response to AIDS: A PEPFAR for the AIDS Transition 

SECONDO WORKSHOP DI ECONOMIA E FARMACI PER L’ HIV WEF HIV 2015 – Milano 8/9 settembre 2015 

Learning From Ebola 

Merck, UNESCO and Cambridge University join hands to build Research Capacity in Africa with the aim to fight against Ebola 

Ebola recovery is impossible unless resilient health systems are rebuilt in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone 

The need to accelerate access to new drugs for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis 

Antimicrobial resistance: a priority for global health action 

The FACT project: a successful approach to solving public health needs 

We need to grow 50% more food yet agriculture causes climate change. How do we get out of this bind? 

Health impacts of household energy use: indicators of exposure to air pollution and other risks 

3 Reasons Why Women are Key to the Future of Global Health and Development