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What are you willing to trade your life for? | Douglas Jackson | TEDxArrowheadRanch

Project C.U.R.E.

What are you willing to trade your life for? | Douglas Jackson | TEDxArrowheadRanch “Every day, we trade our time, our breath, and our energy for something. The sum of those exchanges determines where we find our future. Doug Jackson believes the secret to the successful swap

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69th World Health Assembly Closes, Delivers New Resolutions on Global Health

69th World Health Assembly Closes, Delivers New Resolutions on Global Health On May 23-28, 2016, delegations from all 194 World Health Organization (WHO) Member States convened in Geneva, Switzerland, for the sixty-ninth session of the World Health Assembly (WHA). Each year, this assembly determines declarations of the

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Partners on the front lines – emergency planning and collaboration

PQMD Three New NGO Members

Partners on the front lines – emergency planning and collaboration Getting the right medicines into the hands of patients on the front lines of emergency situations is no easy task. Elly Earls meets experts from the organisations doing it right to find out the importance of planning

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The Philanthropic Side of Pharma

Philanthropic Side of Pharma

The Philanthropic Side of Pharma By Chase Bourke, PhD It’s easy to get the wrong impression about the pharmaceutical industry. Greedy entrepreneurs like Martin Shkreli make headlines for shamelessly inflating the prices of life-saving drugs. Politicians campaign on reducing the high cost of prescription medicines. But since

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GSK CEO Encourages “Modernization” for Big Pharma at CSIS Event

GSK CEO Encourages “Modernization” for Big Pharma at CSIS Event The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) hosted a conference on March 17 to explore how bio-pharmaceutical firms can support societal goals of improved affordability, access, quality, and innovation in medicine and healthcare. GSK CEO Sir Andrew

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From crisis to clarity: Getting a handle on global pandemics

global pandemics PQMD Children Against Zika Little more than a year after the Ebola crisis in West Africa tragically highlighted the inadequacy of pandemic preparedness and response

From crisis to clarity: Getting a handle on global pandemics By Keith Hansen Little more than a year after the Ebola crisis in West Africa tragically highlighted the inadequacy of pandemic preparedness and response, the current Zika outbreak in the Americas has brought the issue back to

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PQMD Members Participate in Neglected Tropical Disease Forum

PQMD Members Participate in Neglected Tropical Disease Forum

PQMD Members Participate in Neglected Tropical Disease Forum Neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) have long-faced supply chain challenges given the nature of balancing medical needs caused by these devastating diseases with the difficulty of managing donation delivery logistics often to remote locations. Four PQMD members joined with two

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