Health Breaking News 318

Health Breaking News Links, as part of the research project PEAH (Policies for Equitable Access to Health), aim to focus on the latest challenges by trade and governments rules to equitable access to health in resource-limited settings

Health Breaking News 318


The Brief – Why Davos? 

Reframing planetary health & towards a planetary health diet 

Global agendas set to fail unless something changes: Helen Clark 

Partner for Progress: Advancing private sector approach to achieve the SDGs 

STOP TTIP Newsletter 

WHO Executive Board, 144th session 24 January- 1 February 2019 

WHO Executive Board, 144th session: Main Documents 

Global rules should follow outcry over China’s gene-edited babies 

NICE: Opaque patient groups and industry fees raise concerns over conflicts of interest 

Economic transformation in Africa: key trends in 2019 

The Rhetoric In Achieving The Universal Health Coverage Under Public-Private Partnerships In Uganda by Denis Bukenya and Michael Ssemakula

Scientists Make Progress on Ebola Virus Treatment 

DRC Ebola: Latest numbers as of 20 January 2019 

Nigeria Activates Emergency Response Over Lassa Outbreak 

G- FINDER 2018 Report: Neglected Disease Research and Development: Reaching new heights 

Association between severe drought and HIV prevention and care behaviors in Lesotho: A population-based survey 2016–2017 

Progress in the HIV epidemic: Identifying goals and measuring success 

Ghana: Accelerating neglected tropical disease control in a setting of economic development 

Chikungunya as a paradigm for emerging viral diseases: Evaluating disease impact and hurdles to vaccine development 

HAI: Estimates for People Requring Insulin – Type 2 Diabetes

WHO Cancer Report Stirs Debate On Eve Of Board Meeting 

WHO Cancer Report – Key findings

Discussion heats up over stockpiling of generic drugs under patent protection 

WHO: 10 things to know about the health of refugees and migrants 

Human Rights Reader 471 

Gap between rich and poor growing, fueling global anger: Oxfam 

Bots on the ground: How tech can help us beat hunger 

Oxfam’s water and sanitation work in Chad: why your support is vital

Meeting Individual Social Needs Falls Short Of Addressing Social Determinants Of Health  

Supporting UHC And Better Explaining IP – The 2019 Pharma Industry Agenda 

Indigenous people to have say in UN climate policy