This post was written by Belen Rios, Research Assistant, Global Health LL.M. ‘13, at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law. Any questions or comments about this post can be directed to email@example.com. A recent study published by the World Health Organization (WHO) has shown that the adoption of tobacco control laws around the […]
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This post was written by Mengyi Xu, O’Neill Institute Summer Intern, Princeton University ’14. Any comments or questions about this post can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. To regulate or not to regulate, that is always the question. On the opening day of the O’Neill Institute’s Summer Program on NCDs and law, Professor Alberto Alemanno from HEC […]
This post was written by Florian Kastler (Global Health LL.M. 2011), visiting researcher at Georgetown University Law Center. Any comments or questions about this post can be directed to email@example.com. By a decision overriding its own council on Science and Public Health, the house of delegates of the American Medical Association (AMA) has officially recognized […]
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In a decision that could save U.S. consumers and taxpayers billions of dollars a year, the Supreme Court ruled Monday that “pay-for-delay,” also known as “reverse payment” settlements, between name-brand and generics pharmaceutical companies are subject to antitrust laws. The seeds of the controversy were planted in 1984 with the passage of the Hatch-Waxman […]
Our 2013 Summer Program on non-communicable diseases (NCDs) is underway! Here’s what our participants have to look forward to on Day 2.
In her opening remarks to the 8th Global Conference on Health Promotion, Margaret Chan, Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) warned: [e]fforts to prevent non-communicable diseases go against the business interests of powerful economic operators. In my view, this is one of the biggest challenges facing health promotion . . . [i]t is […]
On June 5 and 6 the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law and Patient Privacy Rights co-hosted a two-day health privacy summit on the Georgetown University Law Center campus. This year’s discussions included the challenges of ensuring personal control over health information in the face of rapid global deployment of healthcare IT and […]
This post was written by Benn McGrady, Project Director of the O’Neill Institute’s Trade, Investment, and Health Initiative. It was originally published on the O’Neill Institute’s Trade, Investment, and Health Initiative Blog. Any comments or questions about this post can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. To much fanfare in the US media Coca-Cola has announced […]
For those hoping for a biomedical research and development treaty, the 2013 World Health Assembly (WHA) concluded with a glimmer of hope. The WHA both called for greater study into current research and development trends and adopted an unexpected U.S. proposal to convene a series of advisory meetings, tasked with developing demonstration projects intended to […]
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Please check out the O’Neill Institute’s blog on Trade, Investment, and Health. Part of the O’Neill Institute’s Initiative on Trade, Investment, and Health, the blog examines current and emerging issues at the intersection of these fields. Recent posts include: GMO Wheat leads to Import Restrictions in Japan and Korea. EU– India FTA Negotiations: Opening a New […]
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