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Muhammad Hamid Zaman
HHMI Professor of Biomedical Engineering & International Health at Boston University. Op-ed contributor for , & . Views my own.
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Francesco Rocca 7h
Shocked by the news coming from where Hanna Lahoud, our colleague, was killed today. All our condolences and solidarity to his beloved, family and colleagues. Humanitarians are
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BU Experts 22h
. spoke with CommonHealth contributor about his new book on counterfeit drugs, 'Bitter Pills'
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Robert Smith Apr 20
Why Are A Global Problem With No Foolproof Solutions
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Apr 20
story on and drug and my recent book “Bitter Pills”.
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Safe Medicines Apr 12
Muhammad Zaman’s book Bitter Pills examines the world of counterfeit and substandard drugs
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Elizabeth Dias Apr 18
Sen. Orrin Hatch: “But what if there are 10 babies on the floor of the Senate?" What if there were?
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Antoine FLAHAULT Apr 20
Improving refugee health and wellbeing through innovations in lab and the classroom: Next set of challenges in Muhammad Zaman’s final slide
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Cathie Klapperich Apr 19
Guys. It’s so much goodness.
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Apr 19
Replying to @ecapobianco
Agreed - the issue of resistance and also widespread presence of poor quality medicines is often overlooked in conflict regions.
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Emanuele Capobianco Apr 18
On the politics of war and global public health threats.
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Apr 19
Replying to @SullivanProf
Couldn’t agree more. Deeply troubling that so many believe that there is an app that will solve our challenges.
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Apr 19
A wonderfully rich and stimulating session.
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Longitude Prize Apr 19
"If you ask me, how big a priority is antibiotic resistance, I’ll give you a different answer every hour. When I’m seeing my 50th patient on the ward round, flagging, tired, I’ll roll my eyes." - Life as a doctor in South Sudan.
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Apr 19
talks about cancer care in refugee environments - How do we create new models for providing care to those stuck in conflict and humanitarian settings? How provides care? who pays for it?
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Apr 19
"toxification of societies by war and antimicrobial resistance are connected and woefully understudied" - reminds me of the brilliant op-ed by in this weekend.
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Apr 19
reminding us that the clear line between conflict and post-conflict simply doesn't exist.
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Apr 19
- brilliant as usual, asking tough questions. What do social determinants of health (SDH) mean in conflict settings? Is SDH a western construct for societies that are not in protracted conflict? What about conflict and ?
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Apr 19
Declan Barry : "The doctor of your enemy is not your enemy" a message often lost in conflict. Weaponization of healthcare is an important new reality affecting health for those in most need.
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Apr 19
Declan Barry of talks about the increasing incidents on medical facilities in conflict settings. How to protect the medical practitioners who are there to provide services to everyone. What happens when a safe space is no longer safe?
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Saúde PT Apr 15
Saúde Global é o grande tema do Encontro Regional da Cimeira Mundial da Saúde 2018, que decorre em Coimbra já na próxima semana. Acompanhe!
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