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Pandemics, Pills, and Politics : Governing Global Health Security / Stefan Elbe

Publisher Baltimore, Maryland : Johns Hopkins University Press
Year [2018]
Authors *Elbe, Stefan 1975- author
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OB00025902 Project MUSE Open Access Books (電子ブック) 9781421428772

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Material Type E-Book
Media type 機械可読データファイル
Size 1 online resource (p. )
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index
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
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HTTP:URL=https://muse.jhu.edu/book/59674/ Pub. note=Full text available:
Subjects MESH:Pharmaceutical Research
MESH:Influenza, Human -- drug therapy  All Subject Search
MESH:Security Measures -- trends  All Subject Search
MESH:Health Policy
MESH:Global Health
FREE:Electronic books
Classification LCC:RA418
DC23:362.1
ID 8000024922
ISBN 9781421428772

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