Strengthening governance for global health research : The countries that most need health research should decide what should be funded
Global information flow : Publishers should provide information free to resource poor countries
The ethics of international biomedical research : Needs a commitment to high values in an open discussion with a variety of partners
The management of post-herpetic neuralgia : If early treatment fails, patients should be referred to pain clinics
Why the human rights act matters to doctors : Definitions of informed consent and negligence may be challenged, and lack of resources will not excuse poor care
Testicular cancer and infertility : Abnormal semen analysis is associated with a small increase in risk
The separating of conjoined twins : A human life has the greatest value, but its loss may be justified
US prescription drug sales boosted by advertising
Conjoined twins should be separated
Laparoscopic surgery: two thirds of injuries initially missed
Shipman inquiry to be held in public
In brief
Mammography is no better than physical examination, study shows
Public criticism makes paediatric surgeon's job too difficult
New sweet potato could help combat blindness in Africa
Government policies set to narrow “health gap”
Global health agencies are accused of incompetence
WHO links with consumers on reproductive health information
AIDS vaccine research focuses on subtypes in developed world
Toiling in tough times
Risk of testicular cancer in men with abnormal semen characteristics: cohort study
Towards evidence based circumcision of English boys: survey of trends in practice
Wise words
Prevalence of postherpetic neuralgia after a first episode of herpes zoster: prospective study with long term follow up
Email submissions from outside the United Kingdom
Disseminating health information in developing countries: the role of the internet
Addressing men's health issues
Tulips for sale
Why has so little changed in maternal and child health in south Asia?
Strengthening health research capacity in developing countries: a critical element for achieving health equity
Commentary: Health research and human development in Papua New Guinea
Commentary: Does strengthening research capacity improve health equity?
Health technology transfer
Coordinating health research to promote action: the Tanzanian experience
A new look at international research ethics
Effect of 1995 pill scare on rates of venous thromboembolism among women taking combined oral contraceptives: analysis of General Practice Research Database
Birth characteristics of women who develop gestational diabetes: population based study
Systematic review of studies of patient satisfaction with telemedicine
The greater miracle
Moving to research partnerships in developing countries
Knowledge can flow from developing to developed countries
Let's consider ethics of medical practice first
Information gaps have the same causes as wealth gaps
Improving access to reliable information in developing countries
Don't forget traditional medical care
Asking “how?” rather than “what, why, where, and who?”
Let's start helping our neighbour
Research on a shoestring in Colombia
Community participation is essential in clinical trials
Disaster relief and development could be twinned in health research
Effect of drug patents in developing countries
Vaccines and medicines for the world's poorest : Quality of vaccines and medicines must be monitored
Vaccines and medicines for the world's poorest : Attempts of Global Forum for Health Research should be viewed with optimistic scepticism
When public health may not be public health
Accurate figures would help to assess countries' needs better
Maternal mortality and mothers' deaths as development indicators
Doctors and nurses
Lord Butterfield of Stechford
Allan William Abramson
Harry Bentley
Gerald Frederick Bond
John Comyn
Alfred George Hounslow
Thomas Richardson (“Dick”) Maurice
David Muttu
Peter Colin Richardson
Michael Stewart Rees Hutt
Promoting Community Health: From Pholela to Jerusalem
Principles of Health Economics for Developing Countries
Safe Motherhood Initiatives: Critical Issues
Nothing About Us Without Us: Developing Innovative Technologies for, by and with Disabled Persons
Health care in developing countries
My part in the “brain drain”
What not to do