PAHO Today, November 2005
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Text and photographs may be freely reproduced provided that: 1) the author/photographer is properly credited and 2) text is accompanied by the credit line “Reprinted from PAHOtoday, newsletter of the Pan American Health Organization, Regional Office for the Americas,World Health Organization.” Some articles appearing in PAHOtoday reflect the authors’ views and do not necessarily represent the official viewpoint of PAHO/WHO. Executive Editor: Bryna Brennan. Editor: Donna Eberwine-Villagrán. Art Director: Gilles Collette. Production: Alex Winder. Staff Photographer: Armando Waak.
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Lee Warns PAHO Member Countries on Pandemic Flu. Quoted at Length: Jon Kim Andrus. Beyond 3 by 5: New PAHO Plan Seeks to Reverse HIV Epidemic by 2015. More Progress on Drug Prices. Influenza Watch: PAHO Offers New Regional Plan for Pandemic Flu. U.N. Agencies Draft Flu Contingency Plans. New Influenza Resources Online. Directing Council: Ministers of Health of the Americas Set Policies for 2006 and Beyond. Directing Council Highlights. PAHO HQ Turns 40. Annual Report Spotlights PAHO Achievements. Directing Council: Don Francisco, PAHO Team Up To Fight Obesity. Malaria: Step Up the Fight. New Focus on Primary Care. PAHO Helps Countries Cope with Record Hurricane Season. PAHO/WHO Teams Assist in U.S. Katrina Response. Central America Struggles in Wake of Hurricane Stan. Earthquake Anniversary in Mexico Highlights Need for Safer Hospitals. PAHO’s SUMA Goes Global. Funds for Recovery. PAHO Training Program in International Health: Two Decades Shaping Health Leadership in the Americas. A Window on History, Health, and Change. World Diabetes Day: Diabetes Experts Urge Better Foot Care. Mental Health Day Links Mind and Body. From Bangkok, A New Push for Health Promotion. Expert Q&A: Preventive Policies Can Help Curb Violence. New PAHO/WHO Collaborating Centers. PAHO Director Roses Named Professor Emeritus in Spain. 2005 Awards Presented for Health Achievements. Global Meeting on Tobacco Treaty. Grenada Eyes Five-Year Health Plan. Central America In Joint Approach to Water and Waste. Cyclists Raise AIDS Awareness. Clean Hands Mean Safer Patients.
Pandemics; Influenza A Virus, H5N1 Subtype; PAHO History; HIV; Pharmaceutical Services; Influenza in Birds; Obesity; Malaria; Hurricanes; Central America; Earthquakes; Mexico; Public Health; Diabetes Mellitus; Mental Health; PAHO History; Health Promotion; Violence; Awards and Prizes; Tobacco; Pure Water; Water; Grenada
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