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A tool to measure the level of transparency and vulnerability to corruption in selected areas of the public pharmaceutical sector, developed under the GGM programme
First findings from a study by WHO and the Drug Quality and Information Program on the quality of key antimalarial medicines in Sub-Saharan African countries
Strategies for raising awareness about the lack of approved therapeutic claims for food supplements highlighted at MeTA Philippines forum.
National Health Account data shows half Filipino annual expenditure on health products spent on items without proven effectiveness - Malaya Business Insight
MeTA Philippines Chair calls for 'truth in advertising' the medical benefits of food supplements - The Philippine Star
Ghana Health Minister speaks about the MeTA process at national MeTA forum
Concerns that Ghana's NHIS will not be sustainable unless medicine prices are reduced are voiced at National MeTA Forum
Technical experts invited to join review team for project proposals to improve access to medicines for HIV, malaria and TB. (Scroll down for details)
Ideas, findings, current events and initiatives on governance, corruption and capture around the world
Australia makes prescription medicine product information and consumer medicine information available on Therapeutic Goods Administration website.