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Heartfile publication archive goes live

June 30, 2015: We are pleased to announce the launch of Heartfile’s publication archive, which can be accessed here. This archive includes all Heartfile publications and others that are authored by Heartfile authors. Our archive enables you to search by three categories, following the domain interests of the organization, namely “Health Systems, Governance and Non communicable diseases”. The archive also allows categorization by the type of publication, and as such, peer-reviewed publications, op-ed columns, books, book chapters and monographs can be easily searched. For further details: Yasir Abbas Mirza yasir@heartfile.org

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To Save Humanity: What matters most for healthy future

June 9, 2015: Edited by Julio Frenk and Steven Hoffman, “To Save Humanity: What matters most for healthy future” is a compilation of thought-provoking essays authored by global leaders in health. The book includes 100 short essays on today’s most pressing topics. Contributors include luminaries, former presidents, and celebrated dignitaries from all sectors of society, including Margaret Chan, Bill Clinton, Jim Yong Kim, Michael Bloomberg and several others including our president, Dr. Sania Nishtar. Together, they urge the case for humanity and focus attention on the issues that will impact global health and development the most. Our President’s chapter in the book is on “Fusion Fund for Health” making a strong call for the need to protect people from catastrophic expenditures on healthcare. The book , preview here, is an important input into the post-2015 global agenda.

To Save Humanity: What matters most for healthy future