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Global summit on IP and access discusses impact of TRIPS-Plus measures on public health

A network of civil society organisations chose the birthplace of the World Trade Organization, Marrakesh, to hold a global summit on intellectual property and access to medicines this week. Part…

Trump administration reportedly prohibiting several words from use in CDC budget documents, by other agencies

Trump administration reportedly prohibiting several words from use in CDC budget documents, by other agencies; HHS, CDC officials offers statements; PEPFAR guidance document contains language shift Washington Post: CDC gets…

WHO issues two reports detailing global problem of substandard and falsified medicines

WHO urges governments to take action: 1 in 10 medical products in developing countries is substandard or falsified. The press release and the publications can be accessed here.

HIV Outcomes Conference in Brussels – Register Now

On behalf of the multi-stakeholder initiative “HIV Outcomes: Beyond viral suppression”, you are warmly invited to attend the launch of the initiative’s recommendations on “Long-term health, well-being, and chronic care for…

The Lancet on U=U

This editorial was published in The Lancet on 4 November 2017. Following previous communications from the CDC of the USA and other scientific sources, The Lancet now also confirms that…

World Hepatitis Summit – Declaration of the Hepatitis Community

The World Hepatitis Summit passed and published the Declaration of the Hepatitis Community "NO ELIMINATION WITHOUT DECRIMINALIZATION!" today. The Declaration calls for the decriminalization of people who use drugs, and…

90-90-90 Target for driving down HIV/AIDS infections worldwide inspires new approach to diabetes in Canada

Diabetes Canada adapting made-in-BC Treatment as Prevention® (TasP®®) strategy to diabetes, making 6 million Canadians aware of their status (VANCOUVER, October 20, 2017) Diabetes Canada is adopting the BC Centre…

Portugal’s public health approach to drugs serves as global model

New York Times: How to Win a War on Drugs Nicholas Kristof, New York Times columnist “…Portugal … has become a model for a drug policy that is not only…

CSIS report provides overview of Ukraine’s health sector, reform efforts

Center for Strategic & International Studies: Ukraine’s Health Sector In this report, Judyth Twigg, director of the Eurasia Health Project and non-resident senior associate for the Russia and Eurasia Program…

Vaccines save 20 million lives, $350 billion in poor countries since 2001

Vaccination efforts made in the world’s poorest countries since 2001 will have prevented 20 million deaths and saved $350 billion in health-care costs by 2020, according to a new analysis…

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