Lista de leitura, Mar/17

We urgently need new drugs, diagnostics, and vaccines for these new Anthropocene-driven diseases. Our recent finding that these infections now mostly strike people who live in poverty in large and wealthier G20 economies – a concept known as ‘blue marble health’ – indicates that the problem is not necessarily the lack of financial resources, but instead the inability to mobilize those resources appropriately. Under the auspices of a new Science Tikkun framework there is opportunity to create a new movement linking research and development (R&D) with public engagement in order to advocate for this essential support and create new products in a modern geopolitical context.

A recent large-scale study we conducted using 12 years of FDA data reveals that the concerned citizen is frequently a drug company raising frivolous or questionable claims in a last-ditch effort to hold off competition.

  • SCOPEL, Carolinne Thays. Modelo de análise das parcerias para o desenvolvimento produtivo de medicamentos na perspectiva da saúde pública. 2016.
  • TAVANI, Daniele et al. Growth, Income Distribution, and the ‘Entrepreneurial State’. 2017.
  • SELLONI, Daniela. New Forms of Welfare: Relational Welfare, Second Welfare, Co-production. In: CoDesign for Public-Interest Services. Springer International Publishing, 2017. p. 27-36.
  • MOORE, Michael J.; SNYDER, Edward A.; HUGHES, James W. Napsterizing Pharmaceuticals: Access, Innovation, and Welfare. 2011.
  • JAIN, Vageesh; ALAM, Azeem. Redefining universal health coverage in the age of global health security. BMJ Global Health, v. 2, n. 2, p. e000255, 2017.
  • MC CONALOGUE, David et al. International consultation on long-term global health research priorities, research capacity and research uptake in developing countries. Health Research Policy and Systems, v. 15, n. 1, p. 24, 2017.

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