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The innovation WHO needs

Issue Date: Feb 28, 2015
Six years ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) adopted a Strategy and Plan of Action on Public Health, Innovation and Intellectual Property (IP), or GSPA as it is known, to “foster innovation and improve access for people in developing countries”. At its executive board meeting that ended on February 3, the board recommended extension of GSPA until 2022.

A taste of mountains

Author(s): Shalini Dhyani
Issue Date: Feb 28, 2015

Will the budget create a bang?

Posted on: 13 Feb, 2015
The 2015-16 Union budget will declare Modi government's development agenda

Shifting care

Issue Date: Feb 28, 2015

Nuclear shield for MNCs

Issue Date: Feb 28, 2015

News Briefs - February 16-28, 2015

Issue Date: Feb 28, 2015
WHO to be robust to fight Ebola Facing criticism of the way it handled the year-long Ebola outbreak, the World Health Organization (WHO) has proposed to overhaul its response system.

Letters - February 16-28, 2015

Issue Date: Feb 28, 2015
We need income-oriented farm policy I read with great deal of concern the article titled "Into the abyss" (January 16-31). It is important that the points made by the author are taken into serious consideration while developing our future agricultural policy. The National Policy for Farmers submitted by the National Commission on Farmers (NCF) in 2006 calls for a shift in our agricultural policy from being production-oriented to being income-oriented.

'They asked me to withdraw my court case'

Issue Date: Feb 15, 2015
Why this plagiarism case against Deepak Pental? He is not the co-author of the paper you have problems with.

Maths of Gilead's hepatitis C drug

Issue Date: Feb 15, 2015
The indian Patent Office’s rejection of one of Gilead Sciences’ patents on sofosbuvir, which is used to treat the killer hepatitis C (hep C) infection, has put the spotlight back on the whopping cost of this drug. Treatment over a 12-week period costs $84,000, or an eye-popping $1,000 per pill per day, a price that not many even in the prosperous parts of the world can afford.
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