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Follow the Money; or, Why it Took an Accounts Committee to Decide Why Access to Clinical Trial Data Matters

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How a Free Trade Agreement Threatens Your Health and the Health of the People You Care About

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This Week in PLOS Medicine: Maternal Health Collection, Pharmaceutical Industry, Burden of the 2009 Influenza Pandemic, & Poverty and HIV Stigma

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RNA-Based Therapies Meet the 21st Century

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This Week in PLOS Medicine: Pharma Patent Extension, Serum Iron & Parkinson’s Disease, & Household Air Pollution

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Demonstrating Progress: Building a More Equitable Global R&D System

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From What We Know to What We Do: Now is the Time for Governments to Fix a Failing System for Drug Development

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European Court is on the Wrong Side on Patient Safety

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Vaccines in Developing Countries: Why the High Prices?

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Anyone for an Evidence Summer?

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