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Opinions: Fighting TB; Currency Transaction Tax

Innovation, Coordination Needed To ‘Bring TB Research Into The 21st Century’ Though tuberculosis “is one of the world’s leading killers … few citizens, scientists and policymakers are demanding more attention to TB research, treatment and prevention. … It’s time to bring TB research into the 21st century,” Anthony Fauci, director of the…

Op-Eds: HIV Travel Ban; Improving Sanitation; Counterfeit Drugs

‘Blot’ On U.S. HIV/AIDS Leadership Removed  A “blot” on U.S. HIV/AIDS leadership “ended last month when President [Barack] Obama lifted the prohibition” that kept HIV-positive foreigners from visiting the U.S. or seeking residency, according to a Washington Post editorial. “The process for eliminating the travel ban started under President George W.…

Opinion: China Forced Abortions; U.S. Work In Africa; Foreign Aid; Uganda Legislation

Detroit News Opinion Examines Forced Abortions In China   “One of the few incontrovertible assertions one can reasonably make is that no one supports forced abortion,” syndicated columnist Kathleen Parker writes in a Detroit News opinion piece that examines reports of “coerced abortions” and involuntary sterilizations in China. The piece…

Op-Eds On World AIDS Day: Research, Funding, Hunger, Uganda

To Find AIDS Cure, Ensure NIH Funding The “National Institutes of Health – perhaps our best hope for funding a cure for AIDS – has been underfunded since 2003,” Kate Krauss, director of the AIDS Policy Project, writes in a Philadelphia Inquirer opinion piece. “To cure AIDS, funding must be…

Recent Releases In Global Health

Lancet Comment Examines Connection Between Climate Change, Health Ahead of the U.N. Climate Change conference in Copenhagen next week, a Lancet comment examines the health consequences associated with climate change and the case for linking climate and health goals. “The issue now is not whether climate change is occurring, but…

Opinions: Climate Change And Health; HIV/AIDS

In light of the U.N. Climate Change Conference, which starts today in Copenhagen, Denmark, news outlets published several opinion items related to climate change and health. Summaries appear below: To Limit Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Focus On Health-Related Benefits Of Clean Air Jean-Paul Chretien, a Truman National Security Project fellow, writes in a…

Opinions: ARV Access; Global Health Promotion; Climate Change; Under-Nutrition; Ethiopia

Column Examines How Trade Rules, Policy Directions May Improve Access To ARVs In an Intellectual Property Watch column, Daniele Dionisio, of the Italian Network for International Fight against AIDS, examines how trade rules and policy directions by governments and institutions may help to improve countries’ access to antiretrovirals. Dionisio outlines areas…

Opinions: Future Of PEPFAR; Family Planning

Washington Post Editorial Examines Future Of PEPFAR A Washington Post editorial examines the future of PEPFAR under the Obama administration, as outlined in a five-year strategy released earlier this month. Though “[m]any organizations, including Doctors Without Borders, continue to worry that Mr. Obama is ‘flat-lining’ funding for the vital program,”…

Recent Releases In Global Health

Lancet Comment Examines Connection Between Climate Change, Health A Lancet Comment examines the connection between climate change and human health and highlights the role health professionals can play in dealing with the future effects of climate change. “The only heartening aspect of this bleak terrain is the gathering awareness that…