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IWHC 16h
The harms marginalized populations, weakens health systems, and damages civil society networks, writes citing our new report Crisis in Care: Year Two Impact of Trump's Global Gag Rule
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The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology 2h
Revisit our Series on in sub-Saharan Africa, providing expert recommendations from across the region, including simplified diagnostic & treatment algorithms for use in low-resource settings. Part 1 covers ; part 2 -
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The Lancet Psychiatry 7h
“Contrary to clinical concerns, we found no evidence that initiation of methylphenidate treatment increases the risk of psychotic events in adolescents and young adults, including in those individuals with a history of psychosis.“
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The Lancet 4h
In time for opening of the first International Global Health Security Conference in Sydney, read a Profile of conference co-organiser Rebecca Katz: leading light in global health security
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"The results of the PARTNER2 study provide yet one more catalyst for a universal test-and-treat strategy to provide the full benefits of antiretroviral drugs. This and other strategies continue to push us toward the end of " Myron S Cohen on PARTNER2
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US sanctions in : help, hindrance, or violation of human rights? Correspondence from Tanya L Zakrison & Carles Muntaner
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The Lancet Rheumatology Jun 17
In anticipation of you can get complimentary access to full-text, content from the Lancet family of journals; simply register your details to start reading today! Link:
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The Lancet 23h
In this week's issue: PARTNER study—risk of transmission of through condomless sex in the context of virally suppressive ART is effectively zero for both gay men and heterosexual couples
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Family Planning 2020 Jun 16
New study published in helps provides reassuring results that DMPA-IM doesnot increase risk of HIV acquisition when compared to 2 other methods. Read full article
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The Lancet Global Health Jun 17
Only a few days left to register for free access to content from family of journals handpicked by our Editors & related to
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The Lancet Jun 17
Picture Quiz: Which site of the human body is rarely involved in cases of cysticercosis infection? - Heart - Skeletal muscle - Brain - Subcutaneous tissue Submit:
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The Lancet Jun 17
NEW Research—Drug-coated balloon for treatment of de-novo coronary artery lesions in patients with high bleeding risk (DEBUT): a single-blind, randomised, non-inferiority trial
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Seth Berkley Jun 15
In , explains how breaking down gender norms can benefit everyone’s health, regardless of their gender. The upcoming launch of our new strategy is an exciting opportunity to consider how we can do this better.
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The Lancet Jun 17
Editorial: "We call on the Venezuelan government to let NGOs restore access to food and medicines"
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World Economic Forum Jun 15
In Japan, if you're 76 you're biologically 65
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Tanya Zakrison Jun 15
Very proud of our article in on the effects of the US sanctions on the health of the Venezuelan people. Thank you for being a great friend and co-author.
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IHME at UW Jun 13
Dr. Richard Horton was named the recipient of the 2019 Roux Prize for demonstrating an uncompromising commitment to advancing health internationally. Learn more about his work in a new infographic:
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End Violence Jun 14
is an issue that affects everyone including children. Series on Gender Equality, Norms, & Health offers a new perspective on this issue and the opportunities that exist to reform and transform More 👉
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The Lancet Jun 15
" documents a serious systemic problem: the data gap that exists between the sexes. Public spaces, life, research & workplaces are designed for men...& as a result, women & girls lose out.” reviews Invisible Women
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WomensFundingNetwork Jun 13
The study, "Gender Norms and Health: Insights from Global Survey Data," published in the British journal, The Lancet, shows that gender norms are complex and their impact on health can lead to unintended negative outcomes for women of color.
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