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Health Worker Deaths in Pakistan: More Victims of the War on Terror?

Health Worker Deaths in Pakistan: More Victims of the War on Terror?

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The State of AIDS: The Not-So-Good News

The State of AIDS: The Not-So-Good News

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The State of AIDS: The Good News

The State of AIDS: The Good News

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Family Planning as a Human Right

Family Planning as a Human Right

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A New Tool for Climate Change and Global Health?

A New Tool for Climate Change and Global Health?

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HIV Update: Ugandan Prevalence, Methadone, and Aging Populations

HIV Update: Ugandan Prevalence, Methadone, and Aging Populations

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Unlocking the Gates: GlaxoSmithKline to Open Drug Trial Data

Unlocking the Gates: GlaxoSmithKline to Open Drug Trial Data

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Global Health at the UN General Assembly

Global Health at the UN General Assembly

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Global Health News: Whooping Cough, HIV in the Early Days, and More

Global Health News: Whooping Cough, HIV in the Early Days, and More

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A New Cure for Malaria?

A New Cure for Malaria?

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Global Health Update: World Water Week, Misoprostol, and Overtreatment

Global Health Update: World Water Week, Misoprostol, and Overtreatment

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West Nile, Ebola, and Cholera: Lessons from Three Epidemics

West Nile, Ebola, and Cholera: Lessons from Three Epidemics

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Free Trade Agreements: Reducing Access to Medicine for the World’s Poor?

Free Trade Agreements: Reducing Access to Medicine for the World’s Poor?

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AIDS 2012: A Snapshot of the Epidemic

AIDS 2012: A Snapshot of the Epidemic

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In the News: Family Planning Gets a Boost & the US’s Effect on Polio and HIV

In the News: Family Planning Gets a Boost & the US’s Effect on Polio and HIV

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About the Author

Julia Robinson
Julia Robinson

Julia Robinson has worked in South Africa at an NGO that helps to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV and in Sierra Leone for an organization that provides surgeries, medical care, and support to women suffering from obstetric fistula. She is interested in human rights, global health, social justice, and innovative, unconventional solutions to global issues. Julia lives in San Francisco, where she works for a sustainability and corporate social responsibility non-profit. She has a BA in African History from Columbia University.

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