Recommendations on Brazil to President Biden and the New Administration

With the contribution and/or endorsement of 100 academics from universities such as Harvard, Brown and Columbia, and of organizations such as Greenpeace USA, Amazon Watch, Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR), Defend Democracy in Brazil, the USNDB has delivered to the Biden-Harris Administration urgent recommendations for US-Brazil Policy across 10 critical issues.
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“We must stop selling off our tomorrow:” A discussion on the social, medical and political responses to the COVID-19 pandemic and what might lie ahead

The Brazil LAB and the Department of Preventative Medicine of the University of São Paulo (USP) organized a webinar on August 21, 2020, exploring the political determinants underlying the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, with a focus on Brazil and the shifting nature of Global Health responses.
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California woman could be first to recover from HIV without drugs or surgery, study says

Loreen Willenberg, 66, is only the third patient ever to recover from HIV, but the first without drugs or surgery. Researchers say her body ‘locked away’ the virus in her genome.
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Global Agenda: MPP includes COVID-19 among priorities to increase access to medicines from low-income countries

Founded and funded by the International AIDS Funding Agency (UNITAID) since 2010, the Medicine Patent Pool (MPP) aims to increase access and facilitate drug development for low and middle income countries through an innovative approach to voluntary licensing and patent breaking.
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Covid-19 and HIV

COVID-19: Some reflections*

COVID-19: Some reflections*
Jane Galvão

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