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TPP: Up with Corporate Profits Outweighing Equity in Health! 

Text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (released by TPP Parties on 5 November 2015) 

Despite assurances to contrary, intellectual property covered asset for TPP ISDS mechanism 

TPP Text Is Out, Finally, With Lots Of Bilateral Specialities  

‘One Battleship Has Arrived In Port’ – A Japanese View On The TPP 

UNISDR Science and Technology Conference on the Implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 

17 Year Exemption From Pharmaceutical Patents Agreed At WTO – TWN 

MSF responds to least-developed country IP exemption deal

A New Prize Aims to Fire Up Open Science for Health 

Top European donors: What you need to know 

Climate action thought experiment: Why don’t we just squish all of the continents together? 

Don’t wait for Paris summit to improve health 

Will the COP21 Succeed? 

The Tough Realities of the Paris Climate Talks 

Laudato Si’ Encyclical letter by Pope Francis on Care for our Common Home – Chapter two 

World’s climate pledges not yet enough to avoid dangerous warming – UN 

U.N. climate fund approves first projects ahead of Paris summit 

Health Affairs November Issue: Food And Health 

MPTs Combine Contraception With HIV And Other STI Prevention 

One year after Ebola crisis: impact of the disease is far from over 

Access to hepatitis C medicines 

Tuberculosis control in China: use of modelling to develop targets and policies 

Cost–effectiveness of a comprehensive programme for drug-resistant tuberculosis in China 

An insecticide-treated bed-net campaign and childhood malaria in Burkina Faso 

Salute e Informazione: così aiutiamo l’Africa 

PRIMA LE MAMME E I BAMBINI CUAMM ANNUAL MEETING 2015 Verona, Aula Magna dell’Università, sabato 21 novembre 2015 ore 10 – 13 

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