Health Breaking News 333

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 333


WHO: Public health round-up 

Exclusive: Questions arise over Tedros’ new deputy director-general 

World Health Assembly Agenda, Technical Briefings, Side Events – Online Links To The Big Moments Ahead 

Comparison between April 29 and May 7 version of WHA 72 resolution on transparency 

New Text Of Italian Transparency Proposal Shows North-South Divide Emerging 

Joining hands and heads to reach the SDGs in West Africa – and how WANEL assists in this 

How The Trump Administration Is Reforming Medicare 

Will 2019 be the turning point for action to tackle AMR? 

AMR: Getting the basics right 

We must address pharmaceutical pollution if we are to stem the deadly threat of antimicrobial resistance 

Can international trade stop drug-resistant bacteria crossing continents? 

End to Aids in sight as huge study finds drugs stop HIV transmission 

WHO overhauls Ebola vaccination strategy as Congo cases surge 

DRC Ebola: latest numbers as of 07 May 2019 

New Polio Eradication Strategy Faces Challenges Of “Missing Children” Due To Geographic Isolation, Migration, Insecurity 

Vague Vaccine Recommendations May Be Leading To Lack Of Provider Clarity, Confusion Over Coverage 

Addressing critical needs in the fight to end tuberculosis with innovative tools and strategies 

Tuberculosis vaccines: Rising opportunities 

Snakebite: WHO targets 50% reduction in deaths and disabilities 

Broken drug markets in infectious diseases: Opportunities outside the private sector? 

External Reference Drug Pricing Could Save Medicare Tens of Billions 

WHO Report On Cancer Medicines Pricing: Detailed Info On Findings 

Policy Strategies for the “New Normal” in Healthcare to Ensure Access to High-Quality Cancer Care 

Improving emergency care in Uganda 

Human Rights Reader 481 

300+ NGOs call on world leaders to address the global health and human rights crisis among people who use drugs on the occasion of the 26th International Harm Reduction Conference 

Of course rich people think inequality doesn’t matter. They don’t see it 

U.S. sinks Arctic accord due to climate change differences: diplomats 

EU nations are living far beyond the Earth’s means, WWF warns 

Nature in worst shape in human history with 1 million species at risk of extinction, massive UN report warns 

Climate now biggest driver of migration, study finds