PEAH News Flash 393

News Flash 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

News Flash 393


Italy Publishes National Regulation Requiring Pharma Disclosure Of Public Support For R&D On New Drugs 

Top US Infectious Disease Expert Expresses Hope That US Will Resolve Conflict With The WHO 

Why the Bill Gates global health empire promises more empire and less public health 

Pharma Reaps Billions Off Orphan Drug Designations, Says New Report By Dutch Investigative Group 

August 5, 2020 webinar: Harnessing an enabling environment for women’s economic empowerment post-pandemic 

Human Rights Reader 537 

Ending systemic racism in medicine 

How a Leading Black Philanthropist is Taking on Racial Disparities in Prostate Cancer

Structural Racism, Social Risk Factors, and Covid-19 — A Dangerous Convergence for Black Americans 

Has water as a human right moved from a resolution to reality? 

Treatment To Prevent Malaria in Pregnancy Is Making A Big Difference In Kenya’s Kilifi County – Elyne’s Story 

World Hepatitis Day: fast-tracking the elimination of hepatitis B among mothers and children 

Hepatitis B Incidence In Children Falls Under 1%, Reaching 2020 Target 

Reining in Hepatitis: preventing and treating the hush killer among vulnerable populations in Kenya 

Why is hepatitis B vaccine coverage at birth so low in many African countries? 

First time ever: New artificial intelligence resource center for TB diagnosis 

‘Ebola business’ concerns resurface as new Congo outbreak spreads 

WHO statement on heated tobacco products and the US FDA decision regarding IQOS 

Coronavirus disease (COVID-2019) situation reports 

Researchers identify evolutionary origins of SARS-CoV-2 

Coronavirus response: Making capital markets work for Europe’s recovery 

TRIPS Council to discuss IP and the public interest in the context of Covid-19 

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Offers New Online Course for Public Health Program Managers and Developers on Maximizing Effectiveness of COVID-19 Contact Tracing 

Covid-19 — Implications for the Health Care System 

European Commission secures EU access to Remdesivir for treatment of COVID-19 

The world needs a ‘people’s vaccine’ for coronavirus, not a big-pharma monopoly 

The Tragedy of Vaccine Nationalism: Only Cooperation Can End the Pandemic 

The Day After Tomorrow Must Include Independent Primary Care 

Colombia’s COVID-19 Response 

Protecting Africa’s Health Workers Against COVID-19 Despite Weak Health Systems, Poor Infrastructure 

Regularizing Migrant Workers in Response to COVID-19 

Maximizing Food Security For Unauthorized Immigrants During COVID-19