Gloria Mason, Director for the Liberia National Ethics Review Board and member of the LiberHetica, speaker at international seminars on ethics in data sharing

Proud to have Gloria Mason, Director for the Liberia National Ethics Review Board and member of the LiberHetica (http://liberhetica.org) project in the panel of joint online seminars examining the GFBR (Global Forum on Bioethics in Research) and PHEPREN (Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Ethics Network) ethics recommendations in the context of data sharing and […]

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Indirect effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on malaria in Africa

In Africa, pregnant women and young children are the most vulnerable to malaria. However, malaria control interventions and strategies have achivied important results in the last years. COVID-19 has now made these interventions critical, and could undo the results obtained so far, as highlighted by scientists in the Lancet: https://bit.ly/2Tfyxwn. Potentially, COVID-19 could indirectly cause […]

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