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Recent Releases In Global Health

Blog: Chan, Shah Stress Importance Of Country Ownership Ministerial Leadership Initiative’s “Leading Global Health” blog has an ongoing series: “In the Driver’s Seat: A Series on Country Ownership of Health Programs.” The first post in the series is an interview with WHO Director-General Margaret Chan, who said “If countries don’t…

Also In Global Health News: New U.N. Drug Czar; Measles Vaccinations in China; Pakistan Flood Endangers Pregnant Women; Campaign Against Rape In Haiti

New U.N. Drug Czar Pledges Public Health, Human Rights Focus The new head of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime, Yury Fedotov, took office on Monday and “pledged to focus on public health and human rights,” the Associated Press reports. A former Russian diplomat, Fedotov said in a statement, “Whether we…

Also In Global Health News: Health Workers In Zimbabwe; Boston Globe Examines Aid; Foreign Doctors In Haiti; Dengue In New Delhi; HIV Drug Resistance

American Health Workers Now Await Trial In Zimbabwe  Today, a Zimbabwean court released on bail four American citizens who were jailed and accused of dispensing AIDS drugs without proper licenses last week, the Associated Press reports. Six “health care workers,”  including a Zimbabwean and New Zealand national, were ordered to pay $200 bail,…

Accord Reached On Draft Declaration For MDG Summit

“World powers have reached an accord, after weeks of tough talks, on a document to be adopted at a Millennium Development summit this month for which [U.N.] Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is seeking billions of dollars of new funding,” Agence France-Presse reports.

Summit Negotiators Seek To Get MDGs ‘Back On Track’

“World powers are moving slowly toward an accord on the strategy to be embraced at a looming United Nations summit aiming to get the lofty Millennium Development Goals [MDGs] back on track,” Agence France-Presse writes in an article examining the ongoing debates over how best to achieve the MDGs before the 2015 deadline.

Recent Releases In Global Health

Lancet Comment: Make Pain Treatment, Palliative Care Available To End ‘Suffering Of Millions’ “The undertreatment of pain caused by cancer and other conditions is a global health tragedy,” write the authors of a Lancet Comment. Noting a resolution adopted by the U.N. Commission on Narcotic Drugs, which called on states…