Findings from a new paper by our Mario Macis and colleagues. “This group is essentially saying, ‘I don’t like giving compensation to kidney donors, but if you tell me it can save a lot of lives, then I’m for it,'” says Macis

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According to the first Wellcome Trust Global Monitor survey, just half of people in eastern Europe think vaccines are safe, compared with 79% worldwide

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Researchers have analysed anonymized phone records of tens of millions of people in low-income countries. Critics question whether the benefits outweigh the risks

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Are not clear or adequate for non-communicable disease surveillance, finds new global stakeholder survey led by our Joseph Ali

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Survey suggests four-fifths of medics who have been subject of complaint or litigation start practising more ‘defensive medicine’

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High-quality health data is the backbone of strong public health policies. When government officials and public health professionals understand the factors that influence health, they can make informed decisions about how and where to target public health interventions and resources

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What Experimental Drug?

October 11, 2016

Most companies don’t post compassionate use policies

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Huge survey tests people’s attitudes towards potential future biomedical technologies

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