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In the second time in as many years, the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared a new global public health emergency. Zika virus is predicted to infect millions in the next few months as it sweeps across the globe. Dr Kevin Bardosh talks more about this emerging disease.
In this final post of the miniseries focusing on harm reduction in Asia and the Pacific, authors Dr Anne Bergenstrom and Dr Manzoor ul Haq from the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC), paint a picture of drug use and HIV and the issues being faced, in Pakistan.
Second in a miniseries on harm reduction in Asia and the Pacific, Gloria Lai from the International Drug Policy Consortium briefly discusses policy reform in the run up to the UN General Assembly Special Session on the world drug problem.
In this guest blog, Jeffrey Lazarus reflects on the viral hepatitis testing innovation contest that is currently underway.
Fran Davies of Altmetric delves into four articles published in our Global Health journals – uncovering who engaged with the research online.
Following the recent launch of the series ‘Harm reduction in Asia and the Pacific’, Dr. Alex Wodak, President of the Australian Drug Law Reform Foundation, here writes a very honest account of efforts to control HIV among and from people who inject drugs in Asia.