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Examining Public Health Positive Preventative Messaging within the Cambodian Press by Philip Gover and Daan Aalders

Latinx Who Reside in the U.S. and Availability of Accessible Health Care Resources by Karen Mancera-Cuevas

The Global Rise of Antibiotic Resistance by Taye T. Balcha and Donna A. Patterson

Repealing Non-Violation Provisions under TRIPS by Daniele Dionisio

Medical Ethics and Social Media in Pakistan by Muhammad Usman Khan

Operativi in Italia gli Indicatori BES by Daniele Dionisio

Global Health Initiatives: What Do We Know About Their Impact On Health Systems? by Angela Owiti

RUTF from Locally Available Ingredients for Children with Severe Acute Malnutrition in India by Kishore Shintre

EU to get rid of Big-Pharma friendly SPCs by Daniele Dionisio

How Can EU Trade Policy Ensure Equitable Access to Medicines? by Zoltan Massay-Kosubek

Environment and Health in the Anthropocene: Towards Holistic Understandings and Policy Responses by Ted Schrecker

Brazil Crippled by Corruption by Pietro Dionisio

Teenage Pregnancy in Nicaragua: Towards Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by Clara Affun-Adegbulu

Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation by Jitendra Panda

Sesta Conferenza OMS Ambiente e Salute by Daniele Dionisio

Wide Area Malaria Vector Suppression by Richard Howe

Novo Nordisk’s Changing Diabetes Aid Programme Exacerbates Issues of Insulin Access, and Must End for Compulsory Licensing to be Effective by Rebecca Barlow-Noone 

The Injurious TRIPS Relationship between Human Rights and Access to Medicine in Uganda by Bukenya Denis Joseph

Resistance to Isoniazid, Pyrazinamide and Fluoroquinolones in Patients with Tuberculosis by Matteo Zignol and Mario Raviglione

The Venezuelan Powder Keg Floods in the Neighboring Countries by Pietro Dionisio

Orphan Drugs Business negli USA: un Monopolio Legalizzato by Daniele Dionisio

The Unacceptable Inequity of Orphan Drugs Access in Europe: a Call for Urgent Policy Change by M. Toumi and K.E. Young 

Trump withdraws U.S. from Paris Climate Accord; scientists respond 

Pharmaceutical Product Hopping: A Proposed Framework For Antitrust Analysis 

Projected savings through public health voluntary licences of HIV drugs negotiated by the Medicines Patent Pool (MPP)

The Promise of PrEP for HIV Prevention by Marieke Bak

SOS Situation Humanitaire – Republique Democratique du Congo by Alphonse Kitoga

The Uganda’s Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (Control) Act and how it impacts on Public Health and Human Rights by Muhwezi Edward

First large-scale survey of Chagas disease in the United States confirms that the “Silent Killer” is a major public health challenge for the country 

Longest, Biggest World Health Assembly Ever Set To Open With Election, Budget Topping Agenda 

WHO, Stakeholders Take ‘First Step’ On Fair Pricing For Medicines 

WHO Touts Its Past Work On Improving Access To Medicines

Textbook of Global Health, fourth edition Oxford University Press 2017: review by Daniele Dionisio

U.S. Philantrocapitalism and the Global Health Agenda by Anne-Emanuelle Birn and Judith Richter

UNITAID CALL FOR PROPOSALS: ‘Supporting access to medicines through innovative use of TRIPS flexibilities’

AMR as a Key Issue for BRICS and LMICs by Garance Fannie Upham

Unprecedented progress against neglected tropical diseases, WHO reports

WHO: Integrating neglected tropical diseases in global health and development 

The neglected tropical diseases: a rags-to-riches story 

Unsung heroes: Community Health Worker lessons in Sierra Leone post-Ebola by Pietro Dionisio

Treatment Affordability and the Entry of Biosimilars by Fifa Rahman

Is There a Fair and Equitable Access to Safe Blood Transfusion Products in the World? by Yves Charpak

Antibiotico-resistenza: la risposta OMS by Daniele Dionisio

AFEW-Tajikistan Has Unique HIV Rapid Testing Point in the Country by Olesya Kravchuk

KEI statement: 21st meeting of the WHO Expert Committee on the Selection and Use of Essential Medicines 

17 Civil Society Groups Urge EU To Support WHO Resolution On Cancer 

Civil Society From 17 European Countries File Patent Opposition On Key Hepatitis C Drug

Public-private Partnership Paradox: the Case of Gavi and Health System Strengthening’ by Renée de Jong 

2016 G-FINDER Report NEGLECTED DISEASE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT: A PIVOTAL MOMENT FOR GLOBAL HEALTH 

For Rare Disease Patients, A Pathway To Hundreds Of New Therapies 

WHO Advisory Group Report On Fair Pricing Forum Released: A ‘Matter Of Global Concern’ 

Interagency Coordination Group on Antimicrobial Resistance 

WHO: Global health sector strategy on viral hepatitis, 2016-2021

‘Inclusive Communication as a Mechanism to Improve Equity of Access in Health Systems’ by Alex Henriquez

‘Creating and Maintaining Fair, Trustworthy and Sustainable Research Collaborations’ by Lauranne Botti and Carel IJsselmuiden

‘From Animosity to Murder: the Spectrum of Workplace Violence against Physicians’ by Lawrence Loh

Trade, Public Health, and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development 

Why 20 Million People Are on Brink of Famine in a ‘World of Plenty’ 

‘Diritto alla Salute: il Ruolo Vitale della Legge’ by Daniele Dionisio

WHO: Health and migration 

Climate change glossary – understanding global warming from A to Z 

Three changes the OECD needs to make to guard the poorest in new aid rules 

Blended Finance: What it is, how it works and how it is used

R&D Status February 2017: DNDi Hepatitis C programme 

Taking a Pill: Not So Counted On in South Africa by Pietro Dionisio

Special Report: WHO Board Sets Review Of 10-Year Effort To Boost Medicines Access, Affordability

21st Century Cures Act Lowers Confidence In FDA-Approved Drugs And Devices

Nine countries commit to halve maternal and newborn deaths in health facilities 

Famine: what does it really mean and how do aid workers treat it? 

‘Substantive Work of WHO, particularly in  Relation to Health Systems Development, Should Counter the Privatization Agenda, but Does It?’ by Claudio Schuftan

Global day of action against Roche’s inhumanity #RocheGreedKills 

National treatment programme of hepatitis C in Egypt: Hepatitis C virus model of care 

Cambodia: MSF sees surprising response at country’s first free hepatitis C treatment programme

Future of Paris Accord Uncertain as Tillerson Becomes Secretary of State 

New Deforestation Hot Spots in the World’s Largest Tropical Forests 

La quarta edizione del rapporto sul benessere equo e sostenibile in Italia curato da ISTAT

Resolution On Compulsory Licences For Patented Medicines Passes In Chile 

Feb 24, 2017 – U.S. History, Experiences, and Prospects of Compulsory Licensing of Medical Patents 

Merck reveals seven years of its U.S. drug price increase history 

Médecins Sans Frontières Partners with TB Alliance in Three-Country Study 

The Medicines Patent Pool Announces First Licence for Tuberculosis Treatment

‘Oltre il PIL per la Misura del Benessere Globale’ by Daniele Dionisio

‘DNDi, MPP speed up in hepatitis C pan-genotypic treatment access’ by Daniele Dionisio

‘Do the credit policies by the WB, IMF & EC damage health?’ by Daniele Dionisio

‘Brexit can be hazardous to our health’ by Ted Schrecker

Drugs For Rare Diseases Have Become Uncommonly Rich Monopolies 

‘2016: One of the worst years ever for the Venezuelan Health sector’ by Pietro Dionisio

2016: a year in review through PEAH contributors’ stands

Humanitarian priorities for the EU in 2017 

WHO EXECUTIVE BOARD EB140/1 140th session Geneva, 23 January–1 February 2017 

Election sees WHO’s future role in question 

Partners Launch Equitable Access Initiative Report 

Tobacco control can save billions of dollars and millions of lives

António Guterres set to be sworn in as next UN Secretary-General 

EU, Canada Meet To Discuss A New Model For Investor-State Trade Disputes 

Report: Lobbyists heavily influencing TiSA negotiations 

European mayors meet in the Vatican to solve the refugee crisis

The Africa Free Trade Initiative: a stepping stone for sustainable development in Africa? 

African Economic Conference closes with call for agriculture to be at the centre of Africa’s development 

African policymakers get new, reliable climate data

18 Diseases The World Has Turned Its Back On 

Madagascar: Halting pig-transmitted tapeworm 

How You Can Help Stamp Out A Deadly Disease