SciELO - Scientific Electronic Library Online

números disponiblesvol.84 número4vol.84 número6 índice de autoresíndice de assuntospesquisa de artigos
Home Page   RSS

Bulletin of the World Health Organization
versão impressa ISSN 0042-9686


Bull World Health Organ vol.84 no.5 Genebra Mai. 2006

In this month's Bulletin

 ·  Public health, innovation and intellectual property rights: unfinished business
Türmen, Tomris; Clift, Charles

 ·  The impact of open access upon public health
Barbour, Virginia; Chinnock, Paul; Cohen, Barbara; Yamey, Gavin

 ·  Intellectual property and public health
Krattiger, Anatole; Mahoney, Richard T

 ·  Public health ethics and intellectual property policy
Pakes, Barry N

 ·  Access to AIDS medicines stumbles on trade rules
Wise, Jacqui

 ·  Rich and poor countries divided on patent treaty
New, William

 ·  Protecting traditional knowledge: the San and hoodia

 ·  Meeting the need for treatment: the initiatives
Gerhardsen, Tove Iren S.

 WHO News
 ·  Do patents work for public health?

 ·  CIPIH report: main recommendations

 ·  Recent news from WHO

 Policy and Practice
 ·  A clearing house for diagnostic testing: the solution to ensure access to and use of patented genetic inventions?
van Zimmeren, Esther; Verbeure, Birgit; Matthijs, Gert; Van Overwalle, Geertrui

 ·  Managing the effect of TRIPS on availability of priority vaccines
Milstien, Julie; Kaddar, Miloud

 ·  Benchmarking progress in tackling the challenges of intellectual property, and access to medicines in developing countries
Musungu, Sisule F

 ·  Essential medicines and human rights: what can they learn from each other?
Hogerzeil, Hans V

 ·  Choosing the right incentive strategy for research and development in neglected diseases
Maurer, Stephen M

 ·  Data sharing and intellectual property in a genomic epidemiology network: policies for large-scale research collaboration
Chokshi, Dave A; Parker, Michael; Kwiatkowski, Dominic P

 ·  DNA patenting: implications for public health research
Dutfield, Graham

 ·  The pricing and procurement of antiretroviral drugs: an observational study of data from the Global Fund
Vasan, Ashwin; Hoos, David; Mukherjee, Joia S; Farmer, Paul E; Rosenfield, Allan G; Perriëns, Joseph H

 Public Health Reviews
 ·  Implications of bilateral free trade agreements on access to medicines
Correa, Carlos María

 Round Table
 ·  A human rights approach to the WHO Model List of Essential Medicines
Seuba, Xavier

 ·  Round table discussion

 ·  Staking claims in the biotechnology Klondike
Sulston, John

 ·  Expanding global research and development for neglected diseases
Winters, David J

 ·  Patent policy and public health in developing countries: lessons from Japan
Aoki, Reiko; Kubo, Kensuke; Yamane, Hiroko

 ·  Report of the Commission on Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation and Public Health: an industry perspective
Noehrenberg, Eric

 ·  Report of the Commission on Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation and Public Health: a call to governments
't Hoen, Ellen

 Books & Electronic Media
 ·  Making medicines affordable: studying WHO initiatives
Homedes, Nuria