Sunday, December 21, 2014
  1. Prepping Gay Men for PrEP

    Adebisi Alimi

    Prepping Gay Men for PrEP

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     worries that gay men in the developing world may fear accessing a new anti-HIV therapy.

    AIDS patient India hospital AIDS Patient/John Isaac/World Bank/Flickr

    Researchers have confirmed the effectiveness of pre-exposure prophylaxis, a technique in which people who are HIV-negative use antiretroviral drugs to protect themselves from infection. But the World Health Organization and others must ensure that PrEP is available to those who need it most: gay men in the developing world. READ MORE

  2. Testing Times for Alzheimer’s

    Krishna Chinthapalli
  3. A New Direction for Global Health

    Mitch Daniels , ET AL

    A New Direction for Global Health

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    , ET AL  want high-income countries to rebalance aid to address the rise of noncommunicable diseases.

    Newsart for A New Direction for Global Health US Army Africa

    Dramatic changes in urbanization, global trade, and consumer markets – which occurred over decades in wealthy countries – are happening at a faster rate, and at a much larger scale, in still-poor countries. These trends have brought substantial health benefits, but have given rise to significant challenges as well. READ MORE

  4. Faster Growth Through Stronger Regulation

    Rod Hunter

    Faster Growth Through Stronger Regulation

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     shows how regulating markets makes them more effective.

    Red tape regulation Randy von Liski/Flickr

    Cutting bureaucratic red tape can help foster a culture of entrepreneurship and dynamism in developing countries. But putting in place an effective regulatory and enforcement infrastructure can be equally important, especially in areas where consumers have difficulty assessing the value of products and the risks they can pose. READ MORE

  5. The Economic Consequences of Drug Resistance

    Jim O'Neill

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