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clinmed/2000110006v1 (December 22, 2000)
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The Global Alliance for Health Information

Peter A. Singer

This article describes the Global Alliance for Health Information (GAHI). The vision of GAHI is to improve global health by making health information available to all health care providers in low and middle income countries.


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Perpetuating the myth
Barry Markovitz
ClinMed NetPrints, 31 Jan 2001 [Full text]
A proposal to provide access to the full-text of medical journals
Dr Aniruddha Malpani, MD
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GAHI, the real world and intellectual property
Chris Zielinski
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