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Endemic infectious diseases: the next 15 years

Despite the tangible results, which include millions of lives saved, it is increasingly clear that to achieve the goal of ending the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by 2030, the world needs to take the fight several steps further.


How can Philip Morris sue Uruguay over its tobacco laws?

The investor-state dispute settlement puts companies rights ahead of human rights. Its effects are devastating for developing nations


Counting Down to a New Era of Global Health

What do the next 500 days mean for global health?


Opinion: "Informal dialogues can help drive global health policy", by Ken Janowski

I had the good fortune, last week, to attend a two-day colloquium in Geneva, Switzerland, jointly organised by the Council on Health Research for Development (COHRED) and the Lancet Commission on Investing in Health.   The purpose of the colloquium was to address the challenges involved in introducing innovative and practical initi...

Health to the South - May issue

Salud al Sur - May issue: WHERE DOES THE MONEY COME FROM? - In the main note, private financing for global health actions is an issue that clearly highlights possible conflicts of interest between the guarantee of the right to health and the profit of private actors. EXPERTS CORNER - The specialist of the month is the Brazilian researcher Mariana Faria who talks about The Health Council of UNASUR and the construction of health sovereignty from the exercise of health diplomacy. HOW MUCH I...

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