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Will Indonesia’s Cash For Health Program Work? Will Indonesia’s Cash For Health Program Work?
  • August 26th, 2014
  • Margaret Triyana asks whether Indonesia’s proposed health program will translate into long term improvements.

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Featured Research »
Pan-Asian Trials Could Replace Domestic Studies

Pan-Asian Trials Could Replace Domestic Studies

Improved adherence to ICH guidelines means that data from Asia-wide trials could be extrapolated to specific countries.

Health & Medicine »
Heart Failure Hits Asians Earlier

Heart Failure Hits Asians Earlier

A study of 8,000 heart failure patients shows that heart failure occurs at a much younger age for Asians, who develop the disease a good decade before people in Western countries.

Academia »
Five Female Chemists Win TWAS Awards

Five Female Chemists Win TWAS Awards

Five chemists from Indonesia, Jamaica, Nigeria, Uzbekistan and Yemen have won at the second Elsevier Foundation Awards for Early Career Women Scientists in the Developing World.

Tech & Pharma »
Sanofi Pasteur Concludes Phase III Trial For Dengue Vaccine

Sanofi Pasteur Concludes Phase III Trial For Dengue Vaccine

The Phase III trial, which enrolled more than 10,000 children in Asia, showed that vaccination led to a 56 percent reduction in dengue cases.

Editorials »
Will Indonesia’s Cash For Health Program Work?

Will Indonesia’s Cash For Health Program Work?

Margaret Triyana asks whether Indonesia’s proposed health program will translate into long term improvements.