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Chinese President Xi Jinping meets World Health Organization Director-General Margaret Chan In Beijing

Who Should Lead the WHO Next?

Margaret Chan (left), Director-General of the World Health Organization visiting Sierra Leone during the Ebola crisis in December 2014. UNITED NATIONS, Oct 24 2016 (IPS) - Health problems increasingly transcend the borders of the World Health ... Inter Press Service, 3 days ago

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Superbugs beware: There's a new weapon in town to fight bacteria

It's been four years since the director-general of the World Health Organization, Margaret Chan, warned about the looming "post antibiotic era", calling it, in effect, "an end to modern medicine". "Things as common as strep throat or a child's ...
 CHINAdaily USA2 weeks ago Health Minister, WHO discuss enhancing cooperation  Al Shams Info3 weeks ago Min. reports on Iran's health measures at WHO session  Mehr News3 weeks ago
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Who's WHO? Six candidates named for next World Health Organisation chief

Ministers and academics from France, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Italy, Hungary and UK will vie to succeed Margaret Chan as director general in July 2017 Six candidates from Africa, Asia and Europe including one Briton have been nominated for the position ...
 The Guardian3 weeks ago Four former health ministers, 2 UN experts vie for top WHO post  Premium Times1 month ago WHO: 4 former health ministers, 2 UN experts vie for top WHO post  Uncova1 month ago Who Will Be The Next Leader Of WHO?  RIPR.org1 week ago
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Zika virus likely to spread across Asia: WHO

World Health Organization (WHO) has said, Zika virus is likely to keep spreading across Asia.WHO Director Margaret Chan said in Manila that experts were still looking for ways to deal with the virus.
 News on Air2 weeks ago WHO warns of Zika virus spread in Asia-Pacific  Dang Cong San1 week ago WHO: Zika spreading across Asia-Pacific region  Hngn.com2 weeks ago Corruption investigation into Michael Howard's African oil firm Soma dropped  Singapore Star.com2 weeks ago

Global Efforts to Combat TB Epidemic Falling Short

Margaret Chan, M.D., Director-General, World Health Organization Countries around the world need to work harder to combat tuberculosis infections and deaths, a new World Health Organization report says. Nations across the globe have pledged to ...
 BlackAIDS.org3 days ago Why Is The News About TB So Bad?  RIPR.org1 week ago

Speech by Minister for Health Mr Gan Kim Yong at the International Conference for the Modernisation of Chinese Medicine, 23 Oct 2016

MIL OSI Asia Pacific Source: Asia Pacific Region 2 Singapore Headline: Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General of the World Health Organization, Dr Ang Liang, President of Academy of Chinese Medicine, Singapore, Prof Phua Kok Khoo, Director, ...
 Foreign days ago TCM to alleviate strain on healthcare services  Asiaone4 days ago TCM can play role in meeting healthcare challenges of ageing population: Gan Kim Yong  Asiaone4 days ago TCM can play greater role in preventing disease as population ages  Today Online4 days ago

Post-SIC Review: See Through the US Presidential Election and What You Can Do

During the recently concluded Shares Investment Conference (SIC) 2H16, our four speakers Dr Chan Yan Chong, Margaret Yang, Daniel Loh and Pauline Teo addressed the key theme Is a bubble bursting? and provided their insights and analyses. ...
 Yahoo! Singapore1 week ago

Global efforts to curb tuberculosis epidemic 'fall far short'

The WHO's Director General Margaret Chan said: "There must be a massive scale-up of efforts, or countries will continue to run behind this deadly epidemic". Despite the larger size of the epidemic, looking back over the past 15 years, TB deaths ...
 Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago How Many People Die From Tuberculosis? Epidemic Killing Millions, Disease Runs Rampant, World Health Organization Reports  International Business Times1 week ago World Health Organization warns global 'tuberculosis epidemic' is larger than previously thought  GlobalPost2 weeks ago Tuberculosis widespread incomparable than formerly thought  HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago

Dr. Margaret Chan & Michael Bloomberg: Political Will Needed to Win Fight Against Noncommunicable Diseases

Originally posted on WHO Our modern way of life is a major cause of many noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). Initially lifestyle diseases of industrialized countries, they have long since reached developing countries and lead to serious consequences ...
 Justmeans2 weeks ago
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Six candidates in running for WHO top job

WHO's 194 member states had until the end of the day Thursday to propose candidates to replace Director General Margaret Chan, who will step down next June after 11 years in the role. Six candidates are in the running to take over the helm of ...
 New Vision1 month ago Six candidates nominated for WHO Director General  Modern Ghana3 weeks ago Six Candidates Submitted for WHO Director-General  Occupational Health & Safety1 month ago WHO Members Propose 6 Candidates for New Health Agency Head  Sputnik1 month ago
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