News Link n. 68

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.



News Link 68

Brazil pioneers treatment for everyone

UNAIDS Discussion on “Tranexamic acid in trauma care”

La violenza contro le donne, causa e conseguenza dell’AIDS

PAHO recommends 4-7 R&D projects for consideration in December WHO meeting 

WHO’s engagement with “non-state actors”

WHO: Global tuberculosis report 2013

Tuberculosis Fact sheet N°104 Updated October 2013

First New TB Drug in Fifty Years Risks Being Squandered Without Better Research and Pricing Strategies

Video: The Global Fund Mid-2013 Results at a Glance #BeTheGeneration

ARIPO’S plant variety protection law criminalises farmers and undermines seed systems in Africa

Misdiagnosing the problem of global food security

Producing food sustainably 

Is it Useful? A Drug Patent Enigma 

How Open Are US Development Agencies? The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly 

Opening up aid — but more data is not enough

Three Examples Why Nonprofits Must Engage Politicians

Oxfam reaction: EU Ministers fail to break deadlock on climate finance  

The Challenge Of Climate Change And Development In Africa

‘India is committing selective genocide in healthcare’

Featherstone: World must wake up to ‘great neglect’ of disability

Deadly Gaps Persist in New Drug Development for Neglected Diseases

Watch Out for False Friends (full version) 

Malaria deaths nearly double in Chad

Here’s What Stands in the Way Of Africa Becoming an Economic Success 

UNICEF Running Low on Supplies in CAR

Uganda Fights Stigma and Poverty to Take On Breast Cancer

How good are Goodwill Ambassadors?

Aid’s segmented future