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Cooperative Partnerships Will Help Global Community Address Cancer

Huffington Post U.K.: To Combat Cancer in Developing Countries, We Must Learn The Lessons of HIV And Malaria Allan Pamba, director of public engagement & access initiatives at GSK “…By 2020, across developing countries, more people are expected to die from cancer than from malaria, HIV and TB combined. ……

Listen To Children To Help Those Affected By Conflict, Poverty

Devex: What does the future hold for children in conflict zones? Matt Scott, director for peacebuilding at World Vision “…Children in war zones today overwhelmingly suffer from the multiple ‘hangovers’ of war: hospitals without medicines, equipment or staff; schools stripped of teachers and supplies; and governments unable to deliver even…

Chinese Poultry Industry’s Desire To Drop ‘Bird’ Or ‘Avian’ From Flu Reporting Is ‘Madness’

Bloomberg’s “The Ticker”: China Pretends Bird Flu Doesn’t Exist Adam Minter, a Shanghai-based contributor to Bloomberg View “…According to a Feb. 4 report by Xinhua, China’s state-owned newswire, poultry companies and associations in Guangdong province, home to a significant percentage of China’s most recent H7N9 bird flu infections, are proposing…

Faith-Based Organizations ‘Vital’ To Ensuring Access To Family Planning

Huffington Post: Family Planning and Serving Families in Kibera Katherine Marshall, senior fellow at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs at Georgetown University “…Faith-linked providers are vital to the global challenge of ensuring access to family planning. The many providers tend to be driven by concern for…

The Guardian Launches Campaign To End FGM

The Guardian: Female genital mutilation: end it The Guardian launches “a national and international campaign to end FGM” asserting that “we want everyone to be aware that FGM is illegal [in the U.K.]. We want potential victims — and parents who are perhaps under pressure from family elders — to…

Completion Of Polio Vaccine Campaign In Middle East Critical To Eradication Efforts

Huffington Post: Polio: Why It Matters To You Batoul Abuharb, a student at the University of Houston College of Optometry and co-founder of Dunia Health, and Cherie Fathy, a student at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and a project assistant at Dunia Health Discussing a recent outbreak of polio in…

Young Farmers Critical To Ensuring Food Security

The Guardian: Is global food security jeopardized by an old age timebomb? Rob Vos, coordinator of the strategic program on rural poverty reduction at the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) FAO “estimates we need to increase global food production by 60 percent by 2050. Under current production patterns, much…

Lawmakers ‘Falling Short’ In Improving Access To Medicines Worldwide

“In his State of the Union address last week, President Obama nominally reaffirmed his commitment to universal health care, citing the success of the Affordable Care Act. Despite his dedication to free and fair medical services for Americans, he failed to comment on the essential life-saving global medicine funding programs…

Retiring Rep. Waxman Is Champion Of Bringing Attention To HIV/AIDS

Politico: Henry Waxman, the Unsung Hero in the Fight Against AIDS Timothy Westmoreland, a visiting professor of law and a senior scholar in health law at Georgetown University Law Center Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) “didn’t just hold hearings on the AIDS crisis; he pushed through legislation for public education, biomedical…

Public Funds Majority Of Medicines R&D, Must Hold Drug Companies Accountable

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Equality, Big Pharma and lifesaving medicine John Butler, a consultant and global public health expert, and Brian Wahl, a doctoral student studying epidemiology and disease control at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health “…Governments and civil society must again unite behind the simple idea that everyone…