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Number of items: 4.

2021

Godman, Brian and Haque, Mainul and Leong, Trudy and Allocati, Eleonora and Kumar, Santosh and Islam, Salequl and Charan, Jaykaran and Akter, Farhana and Kurdi, Amanj and Vassalo, Carlos (2021) The current situation regarding long-acting insulin analogues including biosimilars among selected African, Asian, European and South American countries : findings and implications for the future. Frontiers in Public Health, 9. 671961. ISSN 2296-2565

2020

Godman, Brian and Haque, Mainul and Islam, Salequl and Iqbal, Samiul and Urmi, Umme Laila and Kamal, Zubair Mahmood and Shuvo, Shahriar Ahmed and Rahman, Aminur and Kamal, Mustafa and Haque, Monami and Jahan, Iffat and Islam, Md. Zakirul and Hossain, Mohammad Monir and Munzur-E-Murshid and Kumar, Santosh and Charan, Jaykaran and Bhatt, Rohan and Dutta, Siddhartha and Abhayanand, Jha Pallavi and Sharma, Yesh and Saleem, Zikria and Phuong, Thuy Nguyen Thi and Kwon, Hye-Young and Kurdi, Amanj and Wale, Janney and Sefah, Israel (2020) Rapid assessment of price instability and paucity of medicines and protection for COVID-19 across Asia : findings and public health implications for the future. Frontiers in Public Health, 8. 585832. ISSN 2296-2565

2018

Godman, Brian and Bucsics, Anna and Vella Bonanno, Patricia and Oortwijn, Wija and Rothe, Celia and Ferrario, Alessandra and Bosselli, Simone and Hill, Andrew and Martin, Antony P. and Simoens, Steven and Kurdi, Amanj and Gad, Mohamed and Gulbinovic, Jolanta and Timoney, Angela and Bochenek, Tomasz and Salem, Ahmd and Hoxha, Iris and Sauermann, Robert and Massele, Amos and Guerra Jnr, Augusto and Petrova, Guenka I. and Achniotou, Gnosia and Laius, Ott and Sermet, Catherine and Selke, Gisbert W. and Kourafalos, Vasilios and Yfantopoulos, John and Magnusson, Einar and Joppi, Roberta and Oluka, Margaret and Kwon, Hye-Young and Jakupi, Arianit and Kalemeera, Francis and Fadare, Joseph and Melien, Oyvind and Wladysiuk, Magda and Marković-Peković, Vanda and Mardare, Ileana and Meshkov, Dmitry and Novakovic, Tanja and Fürst, Jurij and Tomek, Dominik and Zara, Corinne and Diogene, Eduardo and Meyer, Johanna C and Malmstrom, Rickard and Wettermark, Bjorn and Matsebula, Zinhle C. and Campbell, Stephen and Haycox, Alan (2018) Barriers for access to new medicines : searching for the balance between rising costs and limited budgets. Frontiers in Public Health, 6. 328. ISSN 2296-2565

2016

Smith, Katherine and Dorfman, Lori and Freudenberg, Nicholas and Hawkins, Benjamin and Hilton, Shona and Razum, Oliver and Weishaar, Heide (2016) Tobacco, alcohol and processed food industries - why do public health practitioners view them so differently? Frontiers in Public Health, 4 (64). 64. ISSN 2296-2565

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