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Global Fund Executive Director addresses parliamentarians from 106 countries at European Parliament in Brussels 

G-FINDER 2015 

Report: Ebola Distracted Global R&D Funding For Neglected Diseases; Public Funding At Low 

WHO: Consolidated guidelines on the use of antiretroviral drugs for treating and preventing HIV infection: what’s new 

More on Cash Transfers to Reduce HIV among Adolescents 

The Medicines Patent Pool Signs a Collaborative Agreement with the University of Liverpool to Develop HIV Nanomedicines 

The Impact Of New Hepatitis C Drugs On National Health Spending 

How to convince big pharma to share intellectual property to improve global health 

EU Trade Commissioner Announces Reading Rooms For TTIP Text In EU Capitals 

WIPO SCP23 – 1 December 2015 – Statement of Knowledge Ecology International on Patents and Health 

New survey shows outdated TB policies and practices risking further spread of drug-resistant TB 

The evolution of the global response to Antimicrobial Resistance and what Sub Saharan Africa needs to do not to be left behind again! 

Human Rights Reader 375 

Behind the scenes at COP21, the rich countries responsible for climate change outsource their problems to the poorest 

BioRes Paris Update #2 | “Draft Paris outcome” up for negotiation by ministers for Friday deadline 

4 Cities That Are Leading The World On Climate Action 

Congress Moves to Sabotage the Paris Climate Summit 

Anonymous Leaks Paris Climate Summit Officials’ Private Data 

Tackling agricultural productivity also helps mitigate climate change threats 

Four simple strategies which are helping Ethiopian farmers adapt to climate change 

How climate change affects malnutrition 

Animal diseases on the rise due to climate change, warns industry 

COP21: Southern Africa’s food crisis – from bad to worse  

Who is afraid of climate change? 

Sorry, Bill Gates, But Billions for Energy Research Is Not How to Win the Climate Battle 

Senate Approves Reconciliation Bill Repealing Large Portions Of ACA 

The myth about Chinese investment in Africa 

Law Boosts Awareness, Patents From Research Institutions In South Africa  

Affordability, Access, Models Of Care, And More 

Laura Frigenti Direttrice dell’Agenzia Italiana per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo