Saul Walker

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OBJECTIVE Differences between women and men in political and economic empowerment, education, and health risks are well-documented. Similar gender inequities in access to care and medicines have been hypothesized but evidence is lacking. METHODS We analyzed 2002 World Health Survey data for 257,922 adult respondents and 80,932 children less than 5 years(More)
  • Brussels Johannesburg, Nairobi, New Delhi, Ottawa, Washington Dc, Manju Chatani +7 others
  • 2008
The Development of The First 55 Steps: A Repor t of the Microbicide Development Strategy's Civil Society Working Group was suppor ted by the United States Agency for International Development, with additional suppor t from the Alliance for Microbicide Development. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Many thanks to members of the MDS Civil Society Working Group (listed in(More)
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