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From The WHO: Preventing The Next Ebola 

Ebola outbreak still a global emergency despite significant drop in cases – UN health agency 

World Bank must lead efforts to raise $1.7 billion to improve Ebola-hit countries’ health care 

New 2015 edition of World Development Indicators shows 25 years of progress, but much left to do 

Europe’s Biggest Economies Continue to Deny Aid to the World’s Poorest, Despite 2015 Deadline

Future of Food: World Bank Outlines Action Agenda for Food System to Help End Poverty and Hunger 

Richard Lugar: ‘Kudos’ on US food aid reform hearing 

World Bank and EIB chiefs call for greater financial engagement and technical cooperation to fight climate change 

AfDB fast tracks to join Green Climate Fund’s newly accredited agencies to channel more climate finance to the continent 

Health can tackle (and measure) inequities 

“Equity, sustainability, dignity”: a proposal for a tripartite post-2015 motto 

Human Rights Reader 359 

Wave Of Protests Against TTIP, CETA, TISA 

MSF response to Indian Prime Minister’s visit to Germany and EU India FTA negotiations 

Don’t Keep the Trans-Pacific Partnership Talks Secret 

Experts Debate Medicines Access In South Africa And Beyond 

New Cures Require New Pricing Policies 

KEI statement to WHO 20th Expert Committee on the Selection and Use of Essential Medicines 

KEI and Public Citizen ask the NIH for safeguards in patent license for HCV drug 

The Payment Reform Landscape: Impact On Consumers 

If The ACA Were Repealed, Just What Would Replace It? 

May The Era Of Medicare’s Doc Fix (1997-2015) Rest In Peace. Now What? 

The Quality Tower Of Babel 

Salute e Movimenti, 1978-2015: recuperare la memoria storica per guardare al futuro 

I medici inglesi dicono basta al mercato 

Breaking news: CROI 2015 Update