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Ethical Issues in Pandemic Preparedness

Many of the conferences, meetings, and workshops convened in anticipation of a pandemic have focused on the specific strategies that can be used in fighting such a pandemic. The contributors to this abstract take a different tack and consider the creation of ethical guidelines for governments, health-care systems, and clinicians to be used in planning […]

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Analyzing Malaria Literature (1955-2005) for Policy Makers

With the recent breakthrough in Genomics and Proteomics and availability of quantum of information on Human, Mosquito and Parasite Genome and the application of advanced molecular and biotechnological techniques the research has entered in to a new arena with more prospects on vaccine development, drug delivery system, diagnostics, alternative methods of control and evaluation of […]

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