An interesting discussion by Dr. Anthony Fauci (Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the NIH) and Dr. Hilary Marston, medical Read More
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Taking an antiretroviral drug daily shielded 76 percent of young African women assigned the drug — a particularly hard group to protect — against H.I.V. Read More
Global Surgery 2030: evidence and solutions for achieving health, welfare, and economic development Watch Live The Lancet Commission on Global Surgery Report.
Rachael Atherton, Managing Editor | Journal of Global Health, University of Edinburgh Most deaths in Africa and Asia are either unregistered, or registered without cause of death. Read More
Rachael Atherton, Managing Editor, Journal of Global Health| Press release from the Journal of Global Health, Wednesday, April 15, 2015 Rising unemployment is Read More
Elizabeth Whitman | International Business Times | India Swine Flu 2015: 1,731 Dead Out Of 30,000 Documented Cases.
JOSEPH D’URSO | LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) “Maternal and child death rates fell in every one of the poorest 49 countries in the world between Read More
United Nations News Centre | 9 March 2015 – “As women thrive, so will humanity but if girls are held back, the whole world will Read More
Publichealth.org | When the AIDS crisis hit 30+ years ago, Americans faced an unparallelled public health scare. Stories of this devastating disease were a staple Read More
The World Bank will publish the nine volumes of Disease Control Priorities, 3rd edition, in 2015–16. Volume 1—Essential Surgery—identifies 44 surgical procedures as essential on Read More
Fifteen years ago, the Bill and Melinda Gates made a bet… Read the 2015 Gates Annual Letter and a summary by Bill & Melinda Gates – CNN.com.
In a recent blog post by Morten Jerven, we are reminded that: Not all that counts can be counted Data does not = statistics There Read More