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Monthly Archives: December 2012

12.07.12

Litigation and Health Reform in Brazil: Balancing Access to Health with the Creation of a Durable and Equitable Health System

By O’Neill Institute

This post was written by John Thorpe and originally published on Georgetown’s Human Rights Institute Blog, 1948: A Rights Forum on December 5, 2012. Good health is a precondition for the enjoyment of most of the rights we cherish.  A young woman crippled by opportunistic HIV/AIDS infections faces significant challenges to vote, let alone to contest barriers […]

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12.04.12

Ending the AIDS Epidemic in the US and Abroad

By O’Neill Institute

On November 29, the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law’s Colloquium, moderated by Mark Dybul, O’Neill Institute Distinguished Scholar, and newly selected Executive Director of the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, focused on potential end-game strategies for HIV in the United States and across the world.  Jeffrey Crowley, O’Neill Institute Distinguished […]

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12.03.12

New Article on Implementation of Obamacare and Its Implications for Global Health

By Tanya Baytor

This blog excerpts an article—Outlook for Obamacare—published in the Fall 2012 edition of the Cairo Review of Global Affairs. In the article, my colleague at the Center on Health Insurance Reforms, Katie Keith, and I describe the changes ushered in by the Affordable Care Act, how states and the federal government have implemented the law […]

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