Pandemics Pills and Politics

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Pandemics  Pills  and Politics
Author : Stefan Elbe
File Size : 51,5 Mb
Publisher : JHU Press
Language : English
Release Date : 01 June 2018
ISBN : 9781421425580
Pages : 281 pages
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Pandemics Pills and Politics by Stefan Elbe Book PDF Summary

Encapsulating security : pharmaceutical defenses against biological danger -- Discovering a virus's achilles heel : flu fighting at molecular scale -- The pill always wins: Gilead Sciences, Roche and the birth of Tamiflu -- What a difference a day makes : the margin call for regulatory agencies -- Virtual blockbuster : bird flu and the pandemic of preparedness planning -- In the eye of the storm : global access, generics and intellectual property -- 'Ode to Tamiflu' : side effects, teenage 'suicides' and corporate liabilities -- Data backlash : Roche and Cochrane square up over clinical trial data -- 'To boldly go ... ' : pharmaceutical enterprises and global health security -- Epilogue : pharmaceuticals, security and molecular life

Pandemics  Pills  and Politics

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