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Breaking News 125

UN Secretary-General issues guidance to post-2015 development agenda process  

EB136: WHO Evaluation of the global strategy and plan of action on public health, innovation and intellectual property 

Expensive medicines: ensuring objective appraisal and equitable access 

Review shows need to diversify neglected disease funding 

India’s Draft IP Policy Shows Major Changes Coming, While Fitting IP System To Local Needs  

Responses to donor proliferation in Ghana’s health sector: a qualitative case study  

Reversing a global health workforce crisis 

Food, hunger and malnutrition problems linked to an ‘abuse of power’ 

101 Global Food Organizations to Watch in 2015 

The Ebola epidemic: a transformative moment for global health 

Ebola drug trial starts in Liberia   

Ebola: vaccine trials can offer ‘signs of hope’ says UN health chief 

The race against time 

Asia braces for Ebola: Is biotech our best bet? 

Mobile app promises to speed Ebola response in Guinea 

Stop Subsidizing Big Pharma 

Asia infrastructure needs reform not more development banks 

2015: the most crucial year for decades in the climate battle   

Massive fossil fuels cut is last chance to limit global warming, researchers say  

Hollande will ‘use FTT to fight climate change’ 

What Does ‘Big Data’ Mean In The Context Of Coordinated Care?   

The ugly ramifications of the Trade in Services Act (TiSA) 

Le epidemie al tempo della globalizzazione 

People who inject drugs must not be left behind

AIDS: transforming global health 

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