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Innovation Policy, Structural Inequality, and COVID-19

Shobita Parthasarathy

color are disproportionately suffering and dying from COVID-19, or what steps to take to address this imbalance. (2) Uncoordinated Research and Development Creates Uneven Access to Diagnostic Testing. Absent the “rigid controls” that Bush dismissed

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To Fail at Scale!

Minimalism and Maximalism in Humanitarian Entrepreneurship

Jamie Cross and Alice Street

for granted that community health workers would need to treat patients without access to diagnostic testing ( Street 2018 ). Meanwhile, large-scale, national projects of electrification either excluded large swathes of territory that were deemed

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Cancer Prevention in Brazil

A Socio-Conceptual-Moral History of Medical Concepts

Luiz Alves Araújo Neto

experiences on cervical cancer in the 1940s and 1950s. 37 Screening is a secondary prevention tool, based on mass diagnostic tests, follow-up of people tested, and the production of data aiming to decrease mortality rates. 38 This composition of testing

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Refining the Comics Form

Chris Gavaler

My Father’s Boat to Sea ( Figure 1 ). Figure 1 I Rowed My Father’s Boat to Sea . © Chris Gavaler Cohn emphasises the need for diagnostic tests to identify panel types, beginning with Peaks, the ‘height of narrative tension’, because ‘a sequence

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Putting Anthropology into Global Health

A Century of Anti–Human African Trypanosomiasis Campaigns in Angola

Jorge Varanda and Josenando Théophile

diagnostic tests [RDTs]). However, reducing HAT's impact, though undeniably beneficial, does nothing to change the effects of poverty in HAT-endemic areas, nor people's vulnerability to HAT infection. Disease control, eradication and elimination programmes

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“The Dick Is Probably a Bit Overrated”

Healthcare Professionals’ Perspectives on Masculinity following Treatment for Prostate Cancer

Jesper Andreasson, Thomas Johansson, and Carina Danemalm-Jägervall

not known but may be the case, in the light of continuing uncertainty regarding the accuracy of diagnostic tests and the effectiveness of treatment, in their meetings with patients. It has also been suggested that there is a lack of interest in older