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ARV Treatment in Poor Settings: the State of the Art
(Uganda Martyrs University, Department of Health Sciences, 2004-04)
Universal access to antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) has created enormous debate and controversy in developing countries. But it seems to be a more feasible prospect by the day. Prices of ARVs have dramatically come down, and ...
Patenting Drugs From 1st January 2005: Implications and Problems
(Uganda Martyrs University, Department of Health Sciences, 2004-08)
January the 1st 2005 is a very important deadline for the policy on patented drugs in developing countries: implementation of the agreement concerning paragraph 6 of the Doha Declaration is going to be put into practice, ...
Inequalities in Medical Research and Development: The Case of Neglected Diseases
(Uganda Martyrs University, Department of Health Sciences, 2004-12)
According to the World Health Report 2002, preventable or treatable infectious and parasitic diseases are the primary causes of death worldwide. The limited availability of appropriate drugs to treat these diseases is a ...
Overcoming barriers to anti-epileptic treatment:
(Uganda Martyrs University Press, 2008-04-01)
Epilepsy, like many other mental illnesses, is more prevalent than is commonly acknowledged. Moreover, its social and economic burden is excessive for the individual, family, health system and country at large. People with ...