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.
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66th World Health Assembly: 5 takeaways
World Health Assembly: IP Considerations Play Key Role In Final Outcomes
U.N. High-Level Panel Releases Final Report On Post-2015 Development Agenda, Calls For Ending Extreme Poverty By 2030
Assessing Population Aging and Disability in Sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons from Malawi?
Science should focus on ‘new’ environmental health risks, EU report says
MDG Report 2013: Assessing progress in Africa toward the Millennium Development Goals
PEPFAR: Drug supply chains are stronger, but more steps are needed to reduce risks
Health groups dismayed by news ‘big tobacco’ funded rightwing thinktanks
Is there a role for the G8 in helping developing countries raise tax revenues?
Technical Note: The LDC TRIPS Transition Extension and the Question of Rollback
The UN and the World Bank: Rare co-operation
Global Fund: New Approach to Funding â a âStriking Changeâ
HIV laws in Asia-Pacific lack teeth â UNDP
Food Culture Clash: EU, US Conflicting Concepts For GIs; Both Covet Asian Market
Civil Society Observer At UPOV Gets A Public Face
Bill Gates urges more aid from China
Asian Development Blog: What comes after the MDGs?
100 years on, Rockefeller Foundation still promotes ‘the well-being of mankind’
Generation MDGs: How Youth are Pushing to Reach the MDGs and Shaping the Post-2015
Diabetes in India rising, with women at a particular disadvantage
The global impact of indian generics on access to health
India has developed a low-cost rotavirus diarrhea virus vaccine that could save lives of lakh of children
Bringing Health to World’s Poor Goes Beyond Drug Price
Reshaping the fight against poverty
UNITAID LAUNCHES CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR NEXT ROUND OF FUNDING