While the Society for International Development 2011 World Congress focused on the general topic of development, a breakout session Friday on vertical and integrated approaches to global health, with panelists including Robert Clay and Ann Gavaghan, addressed the question of how best to achieve sustainable results, citing specific examples from the field.
Steeped in inequities that include formidable barriers to basic health services for multitudes of its most vulnerable, marginalized and neglected people, the country leading global HIV […]
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CDC urges physicians, parents to be on lookout for AFM, a polio-like illness seen predominately in children
With 2018 data showing highest incidence acute flaccid myelitis since monitoring began, officials say awareness, recognition of rare life threatening condition will be crucial to early […]
By Karen Carvajal, M.D. Over the course of human history we have come a long way in our fight against the threat of infectious diseases and, […]