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Advances from the working capital fund for the provision of emergency supplies to member states
World Health Assembly, 23 ( 1970 )
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Advances from the working capital fund for the provision of emergency supplies to member states
World Health Assembly, 24 ( 1971 )
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Advances from the working capital fund to meet unforeseen or extraordinary expenses
World Health Assembly, 21 ( 1968 )
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Advances in immunopathogenesis : scientific group on arthropod and rodent-borne viral diseases, Geneva, 28 February-4 March 1983
Johnson, K.M.; World Health Organization ( 1983 )
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Advances in malaria chemotherapy : report of a WHO scientific group [meeting held in Geneva from 12 to 16 September 1983]
WHO Scientific Group on the Chemotherapy of Malaria; World Health Organization ( 1984 )
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Advances in methods of fertility regulation : report of a WHO Scientific Group [meeting held in Geneva from 11 to 15 December 1972]
WHO Scientific Group on Advances in Methods of Fertility Regulation; World Health Organization ( 1973 )
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Advances in methods of fertility regulation : report of a WHO Scientific Group [meeting held in Geneva from 9 to 13 December 1974]
WHO Scientific Group on Advances in Methods of Fertility Regulation; World Health Organization ( 1975 )
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Advances in the biology and pathogenesis of amoebiasis / by A. Mart'inez-Palomo
Mart'inez-Palomo, Adolfo; World Health Organization. Parasitic Diseases Programme ( 1986 )
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Advances in the control of zoonoses : bovine tuberculosis, brucellosis, leptospirosis, Q fever, rabies / WHO/FAO Seminar on Zoonoses, Vienna, November 1952
WHO/FAO Seminar on Zoonoses (1952: Vienna); World Health Organization; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations ( 1953 )
Advances in the Diagnosis, Treatment and Control of HIV Associated Tuberculosis
Onyebujoh, Philip C; Yimer, Getnet; Adatu, Francis E; Kirenga, Bruce J; Chanda, Duncan M; Muwonge, Catherine M ( 2012-01-01 )
Abstract

There has been an increase in the number of published tuberculosis/HIV (TB/HIV) research findings in recent times. The potential impact of these findings on routine care has informed this review which aims at discussing current concepts and practices underpinning TB/HIV care and control. Any HIV infected person with a cough of any duration is currently considered a TB suspect. Preliminary results also show that the diagnostic yield of same day sputum samples (front loading) is comparable to two-day samples. Laboratory diagnosis is shifting from Ziehl-Neelsen (ZN) smear microscopy and solid culture to fluorescent microscopy, molecular tests and liquid culture. Concomitant TB/HIV therapy improves survival and WHO has recommended ART for all TB/HIV patients. Unless CD4 cell counts are less than 50 cells/µl, ART can be deferred until end of intensive phase. Evidence of survival benefit at high CD4 cell counts is still lacking. New TB drugs and treatment shortening studies are underway but so far no new TB drugs has been added to the current arsenal and treatment duration still remains six months or more. WHO has recommended the 31s (intensified TB case finding, isoniazid prophylaxis and infection control) for TB/HIV control in addition to effective therapy, Antiretroviral therapy and TB vaccines. There has been immense progress in TB/HIV research, however optimal management of HIV-Infected TB patients, will require further research and appropriate translation of emerging evidence to policy and practice.

Advances in the drug therapy of mental illness : based on the proceedings of a symposium, Geneva, 21-23 November 1973 / jointly sponsored by the World Health Organization and the International Task Force on World Health Manpower
World Health Organization; International Task Force on World Health Manpower; Symposium on Advances in the Drug Therapy of Mental Illness (1973 : Geneva) ( 1976 )
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Advances in viral hepatitis : report of the WHO Expert Committee on Viral Hepatitis [meeting held in Geneva from 11 to 16 October 1976]
WHO Expert Committee on Viral Hepatitis; World Health Organization ( 1977 )
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Advancing food safety initiatives
Executive Board, 126 ( 2010 )
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Advancing food safety initiatives
World Health Assembly, 63 ( 2010 )
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Advancing food safety initiatives: strategic plan for food safety including foodborne zoonoses 2013-2022
World Health Organization ( 2013 )
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Advancing knowledge on regulating tobacco products : monograph:
WHO Tobacco Free Initiative; Advancing Knowledge on Tobacco Products (2000 : Oslo, Norway) ( 2001 )
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Advancing MDGs 4, 5 and 6: impact of congenital syphilis elimination: partner brief
World Health Organization. Dept. of Reproductive Health and Research ( 2010 )
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Advancing safe motherhood through human rights
World Health Organization. Dept. of Reproductive Health and Research ( 2001 )
Advancing social and economic development by investing in women's and children's health: a new Global Investment Framework
Koblinsky, Marjorie; Anderson, Ian; de Francisco, Andres; Ostergren, Mikael; Sweeny, Kim; Mason, Elizabeth; Temmerman, Marleen; Tulloch, Jim; Hansen, Peter; Friedman, Howard S; Sheehan, Peter; Boyle, Colin; Gupta, Anuradha; Lawn, Joy E; Vogel, Joshua P; Levin, Carol; Presern, Carole; Novcic, Nebojsa; Bhutta, Zulfiqar A; Gülmezoglu, A Metin; Jamison, Dean; Kuruvilla, Shyama; Walker, Neff; Bustreo, Flavia; Axelson, Henrik; Rasmussen, Bruce; Stenberg, Karin; Chopra, Mickey ( 2013-11-19 )
Abstract

A new Global Investment Framework for Women's and Children's Health demonstrates how investment in women's and children's health will secure high health, social, and economic returns. We costed health systems strengthening and six investment packages for: maternal and newborn health, child health, immunisation, family planning, HIV/AIDS, and malaria. Nutrition is a cross-cutting theme. We then used simulation modelling to estimate the health and socioeconomic returns of these investments. Increasing health expenditure by just $5 per person per year up to 2035 in 74 high-burden countries could yield up to nine times that value in economic and social benefits. These returns include greater gross domestic product (GDP) growth through improved productivity, and prevention of the needless deaths of 147 million children, 32 million stillbirths, and 5 million women by 2035. These gains could be achieved by an additional investment of $30 billion per year, equivalent to a 2% increase above current spending.

Advancing the application of systems thinking in health
Adam, Taghreed ( 2014-08-26 )
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