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The Political Economy of HIV/AIDS in Developing Countries: TRIPS, Public Health Systems and Free Access
The Political Economy of HIV/AIDS in Developing Countries: TRIPS, Public Health Systems and Free Access
The issue of universal and free access to treatment is now a fundamental goal of the international community. Based on original data and field studies from Brazil, Thailand, India and Sub-Saharan Africa under the aegis of ANRS (the French national agency for research on Aids and viral hepatitis, this timely and significant book both assesses the progress made in achieving this objective and presents a rigorous diagnosis of the obstacles that remain. Placing particular emphasis on the constraints imposed by TRIPS as well as the poor state of most public health systems in Southern countries, the contributing authors provide a comprehensive analysis of the huge barriers that have yet to be overcome in order to attain free access to care and offer innovative suggestions of how they might be confronted.In doing this, the book renews our understanding of the political economy of HIV/AIDS in these vast regions, where the disease continues to spread with devastating social and economic consequences. This volume will be a valuable addition to the current literature on HIV/AIDS in developing countries and will find widespread appeal amongst students and academics studying economics, sociology and public health. It will also be of interest to international organizations and professional associations involved in the fight against pandemics.

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HulhuMale, Nasir International Airport”
HulhuMale, Nasir International Airport”
Ibrahim Nasir was the one who had the vision to build an airport at Hulhule Island. Just as he introduced modern fisheries and modern tourism to the country, Nasir built our first airport through vision, hard work and proper planning. For this reason it is most appropriate that Male International Airport be renamed after Nasir. We are all familiar with the Kennedy Airport in the US and the Bandaranaike International Airport in Sri Lanka. Why not Nasir International Airport in the Maldives? As a nation we collectively betrayed former President, the late Nasir. Gayyoom was the one who vilified and mocked Nasir. He misled us into doing this cruel act. When the new government of Nasheed got the chance to repair some of the damage, the government showed courage and humbleness in offering Nasir a state funeral. Following are some points that we can ponder after a sad goodbye to a national hero. 1. Rename the Sultan Park as “Nasiriyya Park”! Remove the boundary wall of Sultan Park, landscape the park and make it a central park with free access to people. This is an area frequented by tourists with close proximity to the new National Museum as well. Also include at least one newspaper-stand which sells magazines, light snacks and soft drinks in the park. We can then rename the park as “Nasiriyya Park”! 2. Rename the park where Nasir is buried as “Nasir Gulzar”! President Nasir is buried inside the small park at the eastern end of the old Friday Mosque (Hukuru Miskth). It would be most appropriate to name this small park as “Nasir Gulzar”! 3. Name the office building being built at Velaanaage as “Velaanaa Building”! Velaanaage is ex-president Nasir’s own house. But Gayyoom virtually banished Nasir from the country in 1978. Nasir had to spend the last 30 years of his life in exile, in Singapore. During this period Gayyoom confiscated Nasir’s house (Velaanaage) and is now building an office block at the site. The 15-storey office block being built at Velaanaage can now be renamed, most appropriately, as “Velaanaa Building”. 4. Rename the Hulhule airport as “Nasir International Airport” Ibrahim Nasir was the one who had the vision to build an airport at Hulhule Island. Just as he introduced modern fisheries and modern tourism to the country, Nasir built our first airport through vision, hard work and proper planning. For this reason it is most appropriate that Male International Airport be renamed after Nasir. We are all familiar with the Kennedy Airport in the US and the Bandaranaike International Airport in Sri Lanka. Why not Nasir International Airport in the Maldives?
Queztal Inn, Costa Rica Hotel, Monte Verde
Queztal Inn, Costa Rica Hotel, Monte Verde
This picture shows our room with the door hidden behind a bush on the left and our balcony on the right. It was a nice place to sit and read. This Costa Rica hotel also offered a laundry service, free internet access and use of a communal kitchen.

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Free To Choose Medicine: How Faster Access to New Drugs Would Save Countless Lives and End Needless Suffering
The goal for this book is to give you an easy-to-read, condensed, yet comprehensive case for the freedom to use drugs that are only part way through the long FDA approval process. After reading this book, you will have a working knowledge of the FDA drug approval process, a clear understanding of the enormous benefits a Free To Choose Medicine Act would bring, and the ability to see through the false arguments of those who want ever-more-stringent FDA testing that, in reality, amounts to deadly overcaution. My hope is that you will then become an enthusiastic supporter of a reform movement to enact legislation that enables patients, advised by their doctors, to make informed decisions about the use of not-yet-FDA-approved therapeutic drugs.

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