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04.15.20

A call to action to the G20: The world needs a robust, coordinated, equitable, rights-based COVID-19 Response, Now

By Eric A. Friedman

“’I’m…. involved in the Eastern Congo… and am conscious of the looming catastrophe if the Corona virus would bring about respiratory complications….In the referral hospital in Beni, already disorganized by the ending [the] Ebola epidemic, there are 2 oxygen concentrators, and regular power cuts. You can imagine….” – Dr. Réginald Moreels, Humanitarian surgeon and former Minister of […]

12.26.09

Public Health and Health Reform: Comparing the House and Senate BIlls

By Peter Jacobson

In my last post (16 December 2009), I discussed the public health provisions in the Senate’s health reform legislation. Now that the Senate has enacted its bill, the two versions must be reconciled in conference. Most of the prevention and wellness provisions would achieve similar objectives, though the Senate version is more comprehensive. But there […]

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