Health Breaking News 305

Health Breaking News Links, as part of the research project PEAH (Policies for Equitable Access to Health), aim to focus on the latest challenges by trade and governments rules to equitable access to health in resource-limited settings

Health Breaking News 305


‘Will Ever WHO’s Roadmap for Medicines Move into Action? The Threat of Neoliberal Polices, Corporate Interests Collusion’ by Daniele Dionisio 

Pharmaceutical lobbying and pandemic stockpiling of Tamiflu: a qualitative study of arguments and tactics 

New drugs: how much are governments paying for innovation? 

Gullible Travails 

The Medicines Patent Pool and ViiV Healthcare sign extension of HIV licence agreement for dolutegravir to include Mongolia and Tunisia 

South Africa: Showdown – SA Takes On the US for Cheaper Drugs 

Local Sourcing and Supplier Development in Global Health: Analysis of the Supply Chain Management System’s Local Procurement in 4 Countries 

Pathologist Shortage Hits Zimbabwe Hard 

TB Remains World’s Single Largest Infectious Killer, says WHO 

Peru pioneers new treatment for drug-resistant TB — a photo story 

Better integration of mental health and HIV services needed 

Childbirth and Early Newborn Care Practices in 4 Provinces in China: A Comparison With WHO Recommendations 

Beyond the Safe Motherhood Initiative: Accelerated Action Urgently Needed to End Preventable Maternal Mortality 

Public health system integration of avoidable blindness screening and management, India 

Ebola continues to ravage northeastern Congo 

Ebola latest numbers as of 10 October 2018 

Tedros: Ebola outbreak highlights weakness for panic-based response 

New health threats emerge for Sulawesi survivors 

The Global Fund as an ATM plus 

Human Rights Reader 462 

‘The Global Implications of the Gag Rule and its Manifestations on Reproductive Health Rights in Uganda’ by Denis Bukenya and Michael Ssemakula    

Another Hidden Horror of 21st Century Conflict: Children’s Suffering 

Some governments are stepping up on inequality – new Oxfam global index launched today 

History RePPPeated – How public private partnerships are failing 

Report exposes how PPPs across the world drain the public purse, and fail to deliver in the public interest 

Effectiveness of strategies to improve health-care provider practices in low-income and middle-income countries: a systematic review 

Why Technology Isn’t Always the Answer in Global Health 

Who Controls the Tap? Addressing Water Security in Asia 

UN gives 12-year deadline to crush climate change 

Climate change aid ‘not reaching those who need it most’ 

“Our Choices Matter More Than Ever Before” To Limit Climate Change 

Human activities to suffer dramatically from 2°C increase 

Melania’s trip to Africa says a lot about US foreign policy under Trump