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2011 Fall Launch 2/6 at 6PM

| February 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
2011 Fall Launch 2/6 at 6PM

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The Silent Killer: The Effort Toward Global Elimination of Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus

| February 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
The Silent Killer: The Effort Toward Global Elimination of Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus

By Frederic Hua Clostridium tetani, the bacterium responsible for tetanus, is ubiquitous, yet its effects are found to be most devastating in developing countries. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimated in 2008 that 59,000 newborns die from tetanus every year. Termed “maternal and neonatal tetanus” (MNT), the condition is generally caused by lack of proper […]

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Restructuring Urban Healthcare: Beyond the Cultural Model for Immigrants’ Healthcare Disparities

| February 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Restructuring Urban Healthcare:  Beyond the Cultural Model for Immigrants’ Healthcare Disparities

By Sarah McCuskee Immigrant populations, including the Boston Haitian community, face staggering disparities in health. Structural issues are largely at fault—but more ambiguous “cultural” factors are often blamed as well. These factors—things like language and “health beliefs”—may be important: in 1970, Philip Tumulty wrote “what the scalpel is to the surgeon, words are to the […]

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Online Edition, Part Two!

| November 21, 2011 | 0 Comments
Online Edition, Part Two!

The second round of articles by our online columnists is now up!  Please click the image to read more about current global health news.

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Medicine, Industry, and Empire: Tracing the Evolution of Global Health

| June 20, 2011 | 0 Comments
Medicine, Industry, and Empire: Tracing the Evolution of Global Health

By Alyssa Botelho It is difficult to imagine a line of work less contentious than that of global health. Undeniably benevolent and unabashedly idealistic, it is a field that draws admiration across lands near and far. Yet while global health enamors, the field also escapes definition. It is at once an effort dictated by the […]

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Harvard College Global Health Review–Spring 2011

| May 18, 2011 | 0 Comments
Harvard College Global Health Review–Spring 2011

Open publication – Free publishing – More global health

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Harvard College Global Health Review–Winter 2010

| April 12, 2011
Harvard College Global Health Review–Winter 2010

Open publication – Free publishing – More yamada

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Harvard College Global Health Review–Spring 2010

| April 12, 2011
Harvard College Global Health Review–Spring 2010

Open publication – Free publishing – More medicine

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Harvard College Global Health Review–Winter 2009

| April 12, 2011
Harvard College Global Health Review–Winter 2009

Open publication – Free publishing – More review

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Harvard College Global Health Review Fall 2009 Issue

| April 12, 2011
Harvard College Global Health Review Fall 2009 Issue

Open publication – Free publishing – More paul farmer

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