Push to link medical research innovations to public good

Silversides, Ann
May 2009
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;5/26/2009, Vol. 180 Issue 11, p1097
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the efforts to improve the availability and connectivity toward medical research innovations undertaken in the heath care industry in Canada. It highlights several proposals and actions headed in the country's health care to promote medical solutions and treatment programs in the developing world. Specifically, it tackles the agreement signed between the Vancouver doctors and the University of British Columbia for the formulation of an oral dose amphotericin B. It also accounts the objectives of the conference held in Toronto, aiming to respond the spread of infectious diseases in the developing countries. Further approaches to answer the health problems in several health care deficit countries are cited.


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