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Cadernos de Saúde Pública
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Globalization, inequality, and infectious diseases in Latin America

Table of contents
Cad. Saúde Pública vol.23  suppl.1 Rio de Janeiro  2007

 Editorial
  
 ·  A social research agenda on globalization and infectious diseases in Latin America
Briceño-León, Roberto; Sommerfeld, Johannes

  
 Special Article
  
 ·  Whither equity in health? The state of the poor in Latin America
Farmer, Paul

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 Articles
  
 ·  Globalization, inequity and Chagas disease
Dias, João Carlos Pinto

  
 ·  The health and economic impact of dengue in Latin America
Torres, Jaime R.; Castro, Julio

  
 ·  Chagas disease and globalization of the Amazon
Briceño-León, Roberto

  
 ·  Globalization and infectious diseases in Mexico's indigenous population
Castro, Roberto; Erviti, Joaquina; Leyva, René

  
 ·  Globalization, inequality, and transmission of tropical diseases in the Venezuelan Amazon
Botto-Abella, Carlos; Graterol-Mendoza, Beatriz

  
 ·  Links and effects of globalization on social and economic organization and malaria prevalence in the Coastal Region of Livingston, Guatemala
Méndez Nelson, Caro

  
 ·  The contribution of ethnography to knowledge on socio-cultural codes related to localized cutaneous leishmaniasis in a health education program in Venezuela
García Guevara, Baílde

  
 ·  Access to generic antiretrovirals: inequality, intellectual property law, and international trade agreements
Castro, Arachu; Westerhaus, Michael

  
 ·  Local knowledge and dilemmas related to validity and applicability of scientific knowledge in rural areas
Rozemberg, Brani