Leprosy lives on; News; Birth outcome risk factors; Injuries in Europe; HIV patterns in Viet Nam; Many children untreated for diarrhoea; Trade and public health; HPV vaccine access; Fingerprinting trial participants; Promoting confidential enquiries
Leprosy: what is being “eliminated”?- Paul E M Fine
Ten years of fighting bird flu
Dilemma over live-donor transplantation
Polio will soon be history. The Bulletin inteview with Dr David Heymann and Dr Bruce Aylward
Recent news from WHO
Adverse birth outcomes in United Republic of Tanzania — impact and prevention of maternal risk factors- Deborah Watson-Jones et al.
Association of physical activity and dietary behaviours in relation to the body mass index in a national sample of Iranian children and adolescents: CASPIAN Study- Roya Kelishadi et al.
Assessing the burden of injury in six European countries- Suzanne Polinder et al.
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection patterns and risk behaviours in different population groups and provinces in Viet Nam- Nguyen Anh Tuan et al.
Diarrhoea case management in low- and middle-income countries — an unfinished agenda- Birger Carl Forsberg et al.
A proposal for measuring the degree of public health–sensitivity of patent legislation in the context of the WTO TRIPS Agreement- Gabriela Costa Chaves & Maria Auxiliadora Oliveira
Ensuring access to HPV vaccines through integrated services: a reproductive health perspective- Amy E Pollack et al.
Using a fingerprint recognition system in a vaccine trial to avoid misclassification- The SonLa Study Group
Improving the use of confidential enquiries into maternal deaths in developing countries- Julia Hussein
Bulletin of the World Health Organization, Volume 84, 2006
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