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The Lancet HIV Aug 5
Join our webinar with the authors of a new Series developed with as they introduce and explore topics on HIV-related haematological malignancies. Register here: and join us on Thurs, Aug 13 at 4:00pm BST.
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The Lancet Aug 5
A new is out today featuring Kenji Shibuya of on Japan’s pandemic response and hygiene practices, and Niall Boyce of on collaborating w/ for their Commission child institutionalisation
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The Lancet Aug 5
In this week's issue—Histopathology and ultrastructural findings of 14 fatal infections in Washington State shows primary pathology as diffuse alveolar damage, with virus located in the pneumocytes and tracheal epithelium
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JHU Humanit. Health Aug 3
📣📣🆕issue of the Humanitarian Health Digest published quarterly by and of is now available‼️This edition features commentaries on and humanitarian assistance. Check it out today!
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André Picard Aug 4
40% of dementia cases could be prevented or delayed. Here are 12 measures that could be adopted, individually and collectively, to reduce risk, and their impact, by via
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The Lancet Aug 4
📢 Announcing Commission on Gender and Global Health. Building on 's commitments to gender equity, has been set up with the explicit & uncompromising aim to move beyond the evidence to catalyse action
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The Lancet Aug 4
In this week's issue—Seroprevalence of anti-SARS-CoV-2 IgG antibodies in Geneva, Switzerland (SEROCoV-POP): a population-based study
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CNN Aug 3
Two new studies turn a spotlight on strategies that could be key in bringing children back to the classroom: scaled-up testing for Covid-19 cases, effective contact-tracing of those who test positive and isolation of those with symptoms or positive tests
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Guardian World Aug 3
The threat of Covid should kindle global cooperation, not a new cold war with China | Richard Horton
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The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health Aug 3
Both studies give potential options for keeping schools open and show the clear importance of adequate contact tracing and testing. Comment by John Edmunds :
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The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health Aug 3
NEW: Observational study in New South Wales, Australia, finds that the risk of children and staff transmitting in these educational settings was very low when contact tracing and epidemic management is in place.
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The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health Aug 3
NEW study modelled UK school reopening alongside the loosening of restrictions across society, and finds that a second wave of can be avoided if accompanied by a strategy with sufficiently broad coverage
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The Lancet Aug 3
Perspectives— reviews Stuck: How Vaccine Rumors Start—and Why They Don’t Go Away "There is a need to address the complex challenges related to vaccine hesitancy that Larson’s book illuminates.”
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Georgina Ferry Jul 24
The latest in my occasional series on pioneering women in medicine: Kesaveloo Goonaruthnum Naidoo: anti-apartheid campaigner
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MSF Science Jul 28
In , around 3.5% of people live with , much higher than the European average of 1.5%. Local health authorities are now fully taking over an programme which uses generic drugs for hepatitis C treatment. Read more in :
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The Lancet Jul 31
World Report: Lack of contraception, no access to abortion, and gender-based violence—how is “devastating” women’s and girls’ health. Sophie Cousins spoke to Dr Natalia Kanem (), Executive Director of the UN Population Fund ()
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Jul 30
Child malnutrition and COVID-19: the time to act is now
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The Lancet Jul 31
Following the 's 1st conference, new Editorial explores the escalating problem of infodemics, the “overabundance of information—some accurate and some not", which have become a major threat to public health
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The Lancet Jul 31
On this week's cover—US withdrawal from is unlawful and threatens global and US health and security Comment from Lawrence O Gostin, Harold Hongju Koh, Michelle Williams, et al
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The Lancet Psychiatry Jul 30
“The first phase of global is ending, catalysed by the social and cultural shifts, including renewed calls for equity and justice, that have accompanied the pandemic.” New Editorial.
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