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Polí­ticas Farmacêuticas: a Serviçodos Interesses da Saúde?

By José Augusto Cabral Barros
2004

NOTA SOBRE O AUTOR


José Augusto Cabral Barros

Professor adjunto de Medicina Social do Centro de Ciências da Saúde,
da Universidade Federal de Pernambuco; doutor em Saúde Pública pela
Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona; mestre em Medicina Preventiva e
Curso de Especialização em Saúde Pública na Universidade de São Paulo. Fez
estágio de pós-doutorado no Ministério de Sanidad y Consumo de España e
tem inúmeros artigos, crônicas e livro na área de Farmacoepidemiologia.
Tem militado na Health Action Internacional (HAI) e é um dos fundadores
da Sociedade Brasileira de Vigilância de Medicamentos.

 

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You are going to have many difficulties. The smokers will not like your message. The tobacco interests will be vigorously opposed. The media and the government will be loath to support these findings. But you have one factor in your favour. What you have going for you is that you are right.
- Evarts Graham
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When truth is unwelcome: the first reports on smoking and lung cancer.