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26/09/17

Most countries lagging on 2030 health SDGs

Most countries will fail on the health SDGs without more political and financial investment, says report.

News:

03/08/17

Saliva-based test for easier hepatitis E detection

… New saliva test for hepatitis E promises to make surveillance for the virus easier than current blood, stool tests. …

News:

28/07/17

Asian countries may miss WHO’s hepatitis target

… Survey shows Asian governments unready to meet WHO goal of stopping viral hepatitis spread by 2030. …

News:

25/02/17

NGOs, advocacy groups key to eliminating hepatitis

… Various groups from different countries convened to discuss global hurdles and plans to eliminate hepatitis by 2030. …

SciDev.Net at large:

30/09/16

Great hesitation in adopting dengue vaccine

Countries with huge dengue cases are in a quandary whether to try Dengvaxia, the world’s first dengue vaccine.

News:

27/09/16

Essential oils can relieve ill effects of air pollution

Elements in essential oils extracted from plants can be used to treat ailments caused by air pollution, study says.

News:

02/03/16

Asia-Pacific pressed to back WHO anti-hepatitis plan

… A coalition of health experts on hepatitis wants countries to endorse the WHO strategy to fight the disease. …

Opinion:

16/10/15

Back to basics on immunisation

The key to attaining immunisation goals is to have skilled managers who can oversee and improve the system.

News:

25/08/15

Unsafe drug use behind HIV boom in Malaysian fishermen

Research suggests that high levels of HIV infection among Malaysian fishermen are driven by unsafe drug use, not sex.

Editorials:

16/04/15

The case for keeping viral hepatitis in the SDGs

This disease was passed over by the MDGs. Now the world is fully aware of its impact, it can no longer be ignored.

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