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Time to End Tuberculosis in Asia – and the World
March 16, 2018
Time to End Tuberculosis in Asia – and the World
The drive to end TB has reached a tipping point. Here’s how it can be accelerated.
Time to End Tuberculosis in Asia – and the World
Malaysia Still on the Wrong Path on Women’s Rights
February 26, 2018
Malaysia Still on the Wrong Path on Women’s Rights
A recent UN conference scrutinized the country’s record with respect to female genital mutilation.
Malaysia Still on the Wrong Path on Women’s Rights
WHO Déjà Vu: Taiwan Not Invited to World Health Assembly
May 13, 2017
WHO Déjà Vu: Taiwan Not Invited to World Health Assembly
WHA says cross-strait understanding between China and Taiwan is the basis for invitation
WHO Déjà Vu: Taiwan Not Invited to World Health Assembly
Can Pakistan’s Health Star Turn the WHO Around?
March 15, 2017
Can Pakistan’s Health Star Turn the WHO Around?
A closer look at the profile of Sania Nishtar.
Can Pakistan’s Health Star Turn the WHO Around?
Taiwan and the World Health Assembly
May 10, 2016
Taiwan and the World Health Assembly
Taiwan finally receives its invite to the WHA -- with several strings attached.
Taiwan and the World Health Assembly
What Does SARS Have to do With China’s Cybersecurity Law?
July 30, 2015
What Does SARS Have to do With China’s Cybersecurity Law?
How Chinese censorship actually kills people.
What Does SARS Have to do With China’s Cybersecurity Law?
Taiwan and the Fight Against Ebola
December 09, 2014
Taiwan and the Fight Against Ebola
To join global efforts to control Ebola, Taiwan must first overcome restrictions on its international space.
Taiwan and the Fight Against Ebola
Did SARS Prepare East Asia for Ebola?
October 18, 2014
Did SARS Prepare East Asia for Ebola?
The WHO says East Asia is more prepared for Ebola than any other region. Still, it must keep its guard up.
Did SARS Prepare East Asia for Ebola?
Air Pollution Killed Seven Million People in 2012, Mostly in Asia
March 25, 2014
Air Pollution Killed Seven Million People in 2012, Mostly in Asia
A new WHO report links air pollution to roughly one in eight deaths globally.
Air Pollution Killed Seven Million People in 2012, Mostly in Asia
Canadian Becomes First North American H5N1 Casualty After Trip to Beijing
January 10, 2014
Canadian Becomes First North American H5N1 Casualty After Trip to Beijing
Public health officials claim that the victim had not visited farms or public markets in China.
Canadian Becomes First North American H5N1 Casualty After Trip to Beijing
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