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Ensuring quality care in Pakistan
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Pakistan must focus on improving drug quality and regulation

Muhammad Zaman makes a case for Pakistan's new government prioritising pharmaceutical regulation and quality improvement. Read more »

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Beginning the process: shaping global health in a multipolar world for the next 25 years
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The field of global health is becoming ever-more multifaceted and complex

Richard Seifman reflects on the upcoming World Health Summit and what he hopes to see next in a changing global health landscape. Read more »

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After Argentina, other Latin American and Caribbean countries should not be afraid to debate abortion legalisation

Madeleine Elder discusses the political dialogue surrounding the vote regarding legalisation of abortion in Argentina and what inviting this conversation could mean for other countries in the region. Read more »

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Fixed-dose combination therapy for cardiovascular disease: what can we learn from HIV?
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One of the many people living with HIV alongside other chronic conditions discussing the challenge of keeping up with complex treatment regimens.

Helen Bygrave discusses how we can apply what we've learnt about treatment simplification from HIV/AIDS to the growing challenges of cardiovascular disease and hypertension. Read more »

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Ensuring prioritisation of gender and sexual minority health as part of our demands for UHC and LGBT+ rights
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Amnesty Finland

On the back of recent Pride celebrations, Anita Raj and Davey Smith remind those in global health to prioritise the elimination of health inequalities among sexual and gender minorities Read more »

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Neglected Tropical Diseases and Disability - What is the Link?

Hannah Kuper assesses the relationship between NTDs and disability and explores how commitment to both these health issues can be met together. Read more »

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Biocitizenship and forced removals
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copyright: David Mirzoeff/Global Justice Now

Chris Simms explores how forced removals, and the 2010 Windrush scandal in the UK in particular, can be looked at through the lens of biocitizenship, highlighting how they affect health at the individual and global level. Read more »

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The new look of MDR and XDR-TB treatment: the times they are a-changing
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Sydelle Willow Smith/Médecins Sans Frontières

Helena Huerga and colleagues draw attention to groundbreaking new studies that provide hope for patients with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis Read more »

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India's Pfizer litigation: balancing patentability and access to medicines?

Shardha Rajam and Mihika Poddar outline the litigation surrounding Pfizer's application for a patent on its 7-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine in India Read more »

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Mind the gap—closing the gaps in malaria research and development

John Reeder and James Whiting highlight a new report on funding streams for malaria R&D, which finds a low proportion of spending on implementation research Read more »

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