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MSF Petition

The MSF Access Campaign is seeking to build support for a "Test Me Treat Me" initiative by circulating a petition that will be presented at upcoming international conferences to policy makers, pharmaceutical companies, funders, and government representatives. The petition demands universal access to Drug Resistant Tuberculosis (DR-TB) diagnosis and treatment, better treatment regimens, and the funding necessary to achieve these standards.  

Deadline Extended: New Post: Senior Lecturer/Clinical Senior Lecturer in Palliative Care for Children and Young People

(on behalf of Myra Bluebond-Langner)

Dear All

 

The deadline for the submission of applications in respect of this excellent and important new opportunity, available at UCL Institute of Child Health’s Louis Dundas Centre for Children’s Palliative Care has been extended to Friday 11th April 2014:-

 

CFP "Plants & Health" AAA 2014 in Washington, D.C.

** Please forward this CFP to anyone who may be interested. This session will have a discussant (Dr. Rick Stepp) and is being proposed as an invited session for C&A. **
 
 

Plants & Health: Producing Anthropologies at the Human-Environment-Health Nexus

 

Session Organizer: Liz Olson, PhD (Allegheny College) eolson@allegheny.edu

 

 

CFP AAA “Producing Health: The Intersections of Work and Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the Pursuit of Meaning, Knowledge and Wellbeing”

CFP AAA “Producing Health: The Intersections of Work and Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the Pursuit of Meaning, Knowledge and Wellbeing”

 

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