Did industry influence prompt WHO to change its working definition of pandemic, asks Seattle global health blogger Tom Paulson.
Maybe someone should take a hard look at how many members of the G8 kept their previous global health commitments — and whether these new commitments represent true progress or sort of a shell game.
Seattle global health blogger Tom Paulson asks: Have women and children’s health issues really been neglected in global health policy and agenda-setting? And if so, how?
Seattle global health blogger Tom Paulson covers a talk by Dr. Jonathan Fine, a leading physician activist, on the inequities of development in India.
UW study shows drug treatment cuts HIV transmission 92%. Some experts say the spread of AIDS in Africa could be contained in as little as five years if everyone infected received treatment now.
Worldwide, child mortality is down, but the U.S. does far worse than most of the rest of the developed world, writes Seattle global health reporter Tom Paulson
Tom Paulson went to Thailand believing the recent AIDS vaccine trial had been a success; when he got there he learned about some serious, unresolved problems.
Few noticed that a flurry of grant awards given out this week from the Gates Foundation signaled a shift in this direction, writes Seattle global health blogger Tom Paulson
More needs to be done to guarantee that drugs in the developing world are safe and effective, writes Seattle global health blogger Tom Paulson
Seattle Global Health Blogger Tom Paulson casts his skeptical eye on two recent articles on global health funding.