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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

AMICOR Bassanesi viaja para Londres

Nosso AMICOR, desde antes da primeira hora, acaba de embarcar para Inglaterra com a família,  onde vai trabalhar com Sir Michael Marmot em determinação social de saúde e doença.
Nossos votos de Boa Viagem e de 2009 cheio de realizações e felicidade para eles e para todos nos. Será nosso Embaixador na Universidade de Londres. 
Our AMICOR, since long time, embarked to UK with his family, where he will work with Sir Michael Marmot on Social Determination of Health and Disease.
Our vows of good trip and a new year full of  achievements and happiness, for them and for all of us. He will be our ambassador in the London University. 

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Chronic Disease Prevention and Control in the Americas

fromMeiners, Dra. Micheline Marie Milward de Azevedo(BRA)
Regional Strategy for CNCDs

Purpose of the Newsletter: To share information between countries, within PAHO and with key partners and promote the Regional Strategy on an Integrated Approach to the Prevention and Control of Chronic Diseases Including Diet, Physical Activity, and Health; to share developments on all aspects of the Strategy and its four lines of action (surveillance & response, advocacy & policy, health promotion & disease prevention, and integrated management of chronic diseases & risk factors) as well as news on program implementation.

Scope of the Newsletter: The newsletter can include items of interest in the following areas related to chronic disease surveillance, prevention, and management, including their risk factors:

  • National, subregional or regional events or developments in chronic disease and risk-factor prevention and control.
  • Country activities (please cite source and/or links if it is from a national agency; also, country news must be authorized by the corresponding Ministry or NGO):
    • New surveillance findings, analyses, studies, trends.
    • Prevention initiatives and campaigns.
    • Policy developments in health or broader healthy public policies of relevance.
      • Launch of strategies or plans.
    • New Partnerships or grants.
    • Major workshops or training events.
    • New information resources or links.

    The newsletter began in January 2007. Typical contents revolve around regional developments, progress in the countries, upcoming events, announcements, and/or information resources. The current issue (and the occasional special issue) can be found in the left-hand column, in PDF unless otherwise designated, and archives will be listed below.

    CNCD News from PAHO-Brazil Brazil  (in Portuguese)

Archives:  2008   |   2007
2008 (Vol. 2)
  • Vol. 2, No. 11 (November 2008): Spotlight: World Diabetes Day 2008: PAHO Urges Fight Against Obesity and Malnutrition in the Americas; Basic Facts on Diabetes; Ten Misconceptions on Diabetes;Progress in the Countries: Chile Inaugurates Cancer Week; News Roundup.
  • Vol. 2, No. 10 (October 2008): <Personal Testimonials: The Human Cost: The Year Five Men in My Life Died from a Chronic Disease; Regional Action: PAHO Directing Council Adopts Regional Plan to Fight Cervical Cancer; Progress in the Countries: CNCD Surveillance in MERCOSUR Countries; Barbados Civil Society Conference on CNCDs; Announcements: PAHEF Supports Healthy Aging; PAHO & PAHEF Present Inter-American Health Leadership Award to Dr. Cesar Victora of Brazil; Director's Newsletter Addresses Health Inequities.
  • Vol. 2, No. 9 (September 2008): Spotlight: Cancer: World Cancer Congress 2008; PAHO Featured at the World Cancer Congress; World Cancer Declaration Sets Ambitious Targets for 2020; PAHO Unites Cancer Control Stakeholders from LAC during World Cancer Congress; Central America and the Dominican Republic Define a Subregional Plan for Cancer Prevention & Control; Global Developments: WHO to Establish Chronic Disease Research Priorities; Progress in the Countries:Argentina: Community Promoters Project Report; Trinidad and Tobago Appoints a CNCD Technical Advisory Committee.
  • Vol. 2, No. 8 (August 2008): Spotlight: Trans Fat Free Americas: Declaration of Rio de Janeiro; Caribbean Update: Trinidad & Tobago Physical Activity Workshop; Trinidad & Tobago Consultation on Caribbean Private Sector Response to Chronic Diseases; Dominica NCD Summit; Jamaican Tobacco Project Invited to India; Jamaica Hosts Caribbean Expert Consultation on CVDs & Diabetes; Barbados National CNCD Commission; Key CNCD Events: Guatemala: Certification of First Round of Cardiovascular Health Promoters; Information ResourcesPanAm Steps Surveillance Instrument Updated'Report on Cancer Stakeholders Meeting.
  • Vol. 2, No. 7 (July 2008): Spotlight: PAHO To Consider CNCD Resolutions; Partner's Forum "12 x 2012"; Key CNCD Events: Global Vaccine Alliance Supports Introduction of HPV Vaccine; Jamaica: Prime Minister Golding Underscores Commitment to Caribbean Wellness; Caribbean Wellness Day; Did you know? CARMEN Policy Observatory.
  • Vol. 2, No. 6 (June 2008): Spotlight: Tobacco; World No Tobacco Day 2008; WNTD across the Americas; Awards and Recognition for the Americas; Jamaican Heart Foundation Receives Regional Grant for Tobacco Warnings; Spotlight: Cancer; Stakeholders Meeting for a Regional Action Plan; Fact Sheets on Cancer in the Americas; Towards Comprehensive Cervical Cancer Prevention & Control; Congress on Childhood Cancer.
  • Vol. 2, No. 5 (May 2008): Editor's Note: Look around you: A Tale of Trash; Regional Developments:World Health Assembly Sets Bold New Path for CNCDs; Alcohol as a Risk Factor for Chronic Disease;Progress in the Countries: Guatemala Declares April Healthy Living Month; 20 Years of Cervical Cancer Prevention in Chile; CNCD Surveillance in the Southern Cone; Upcoming Events, Two Consecutive International Events in Chile: Social Marketing and Child Obesity Course; Pan American Congress to Promote Vegetable and Fruit Consumption; Information Resources: Web-Based Healthcare and Chronic Disease.
  • Vol. 2, No. 4 (April 2008): Editor's Note: The CARMEN Coat: Exemplifying Integrated Prevention & Control of Chronic Diseases & Risk Factors; Regional Developments: International Summit on Nutrition & Health; Information Resources: Stopping the Rising Tide of Chronic Diseases: Everybody's Epidemic; New Evidence from Peru's Cervical Cancer Demonstration Project; New Diabetes Guide for Latin America.
  • Vol. 2, No. 3 (March 2008): Editor's Notes: Exploding the Myths; Partnership & Teamwork: CNCD Partners Forum; Regional Developments: World Kidney Day: 13 March 2008; Symposium on Cervical Cancer Prevention; Progress in the Countries: New CNCD Newsletter Launched in Brazil; Information Resources: New WHO Cardiovascular Handbook; New Guidelines for Diabetes and Hypertension in the Caribbean.
  • Vol. 2, No. 2 (February 2008): Editor's Note: Chronic Disease: The Case for Urgent Global Action; Stopping the Epidemic of Chronic Disease: Focus on Advocacy and Policy; Regional Developments:An End to Cervical Cancer—The Time Is Now!; Progress in the Countries: Subregional Cancer Plan for Central America and the Dominican Republic; PanAm STEPS Country Update; Announcements: 3-Day Walk for Breast Cancer; New Improved CARMEN Website; 2008 PAHEF Grants Program; Letters to the Editor.
  • Vol. 2, No. 1 (January 2008): Greetings from the Editor; Special Feature: Cancer (Celebrate World Cancer Day: 4 February 2008; 10 Key Findings and Recommendations for Effective Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment Programs; New Global Cervical Cancer Advocacy Coalition; Follow-Up on New Cancer Center in Argentina; Cervical Cancer Resources for Public Health Professionals);Progress in the Countries: Findings from Diabetes Project in Mexico; Physical Activity and Public Health Course in Guatemala; Visit to PAHO-NHLBI Project in Mixco, Guatemala.
2007 (Vol. 1)
  • Vol. 1, No. 12 (December 2007): Greetings from the Editor; Regional Developments: CARMEN Biennial Meeting Report; 2nd International Cancer Control Congress Report; Progress in the Countries:Mexico: Meeting of Americas' Network for Chronic Disease Surveillance; Announcements: PepsiCo Global Health Director Serves on PAHEF Board.
  • Vol. 1, No. 11 (November 2007): Regional Developments: Biennial Meeting of the CARMEN Network; Celebration of World Diabetes Day; Progress in the Countries: CARMEN Policy Observatory Workshop in Barbados; Announcements: Comprehensive Website Outlines PAHO CNCD Strategy and Directions;New Publications: Two Articles on Tobacco by Lawrence O. Gostin: Global Regulatory Strategies for Tobacco Control; The Tobacco Wars: Global Litigation Strategies.
  • Vol. 1, No. 10 (October 2007): Regional Developments: Don Francisco's Obesity Program Tops Ratings; Progress in the Countries: Central American Ministers of Health Resolve to Prevent and Control Cancer; Argentina: New Cancer Treatment Center; Panama: Capacity-Building Workshop with Focal Points; Workshop in Barbados for Eastern Caribbean Policy-Makers; Announcements: PAHO to Translate CARICOM Declaration of Port-of Spain to Stop the CNCD Epidemic; Upcoming Events: Biennial CARMEN Meeting in the Bahamas; 2nd International Cancer Control Congress in Brazil; Information Resources: New CNCD Advocacy Toolkit from WHO; Cervical Cancer Practice Guide Now Available in Spanish and French.
  • Vol. 1, No. 9 (September 2007): Progress in the Countries: CARICOM Summit on CNCDs (Landmarks of Caribbean Cooperation in Health, CARICOM Leaders Declare War on Chronic Diseases, Mr. Golding a Hit at CARICOM Summit); Nicaragua Plans a National Cancer Program; Upcoming Events: El Paso, Texas: Two Diabetes Meetings; Information Resources: Guatemala Survey on CNCD Risk Factors; Cuba: New Publication on Diabetes Education.
  • Vol. 1, No. 8 (August 2007): Regional Developments: Breast Cancer Guidelines Now Available in Spanish; Progress in the Countries: Policy Recommendations on Tobacco Control for CARICOM Countries; USA: New Guidelines for Physical Activity; Trinidad and Tobago NCD Programs; Follow-Up on Nicaragua Meetings; Upcoming Events: CARICOM Summit on CNCDs; Call for Abstracts, Biennial CARMEN Meeting.
  • Vol. 1, No. 7 (July 2007): Regional Developments: WHO/ICO Information Centre on Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and Cervical Cancer; Progress in the Countries: Meetings in Nicaragua: National Plan and CAMDI (Central American Diabetes Initiative); Colombia: Community Service Research Network Dedicated to Care for Persons with Chronic Disease; Information Resources: An Economic Perspective on Chronic Diseases.
  • Vol. 1, No. 6 (June 2007): Regional Developments: PAHO Urges New Approach to Cervical Cancer Prevention at Briefing with United States Congress; Progress in the Countries: Trans Fat Free Americas: Conclusions and Recommendations of the Task Force; Annual Meeting of Caribbean Epidemiologists & Lab Directors; Five-Day PanAm STEPS Workshop in Aruba; Announcements: PAHEF Welcomes International Nutritionist to Its Board; Upcoming Events: Trans Fat Meeting with Food Industry.
  • Vol. 1, No. 5 (May 2007): Regional Developments: Regional Strategy and Plan of Action for Cervical Cancer Prevention and Control in Latin America and the Caribbean, 2008–2015; New Recommendations for Effective Cervical Cancer Prevention; Winners Announced in PACI Project Competition, Training Workshop Held; Progress in the Countries: US-Mexican Border Health Association Diabetes Forum; VIGITEL: Brazil's Risk Factor Surveillance by Phone; Announcements:Call for Abstracts, 2nd International Cancer Control Congress
  • Vol. 1, No. 4 (April 2007): Regional Developments: Nutrition Experts call for "Trans Fat Free Americas"; Progress in the Countries: Meeting of PAHO/WHO Representatives from Andean and Southern Cone Countries; Announcements: Caribbean Summit on Chronic Disease Prevention;Information Resources: Learn how to eat, drink, and be healthy!
  • Vol. 1, No. 3 (March 2007): Regional Developments: Celebration of International Women's Day; Pan American Tobacco Information Online System (PATIOS);Training to Improve Evidence-Based Public Health in Latin America and the Caribbean; Progress in the Countries: Launch of the Deceased Donor Program in Trinidad; Nicaragua: Creation of a National Committee for Cancer Prevention and Control; Announcements: PAHEF Grants and Awards.
  • Vol. 1, No. 2 (February 2007): Regional Developments: WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control; Let's eat healthy, live well and get moving America!; CARMEN School; Preventing Chronic Disease: A Framework for Country Action; Progress in the Countries: US-Mexican Border: Preventing Obesity in Children and Young People; Subregional Meeting of Representatives & Center Directors from Mesoamerica & the Spanish-Speaking Caribbean.
  • Vol. 1, No. 1 (January 2007): Regional Developments: Regional Strategy Approved; Campaign Against Obesity Takes Shape; Partnerships and Resource Mobilization; Promoting Cardiovascular Health; CARMEN Policy Observatory Meeting; Progress in the Countries: Mexico & Central America Implementing Strategy; Central American Diabetes Initiative; STEPS Implementation Underway;Information Resources: TATI Report Published; Chronic Disease in Times of Disaster.

Rico do Brasil supera o da Suécia em IDH

Brasília, 22/12/2008
Rico do Brasil supera o da Suécia em IDH
Elite brasileira lidera lista de 32 países analisados em estudo; os 20% mais pobres têm IDH pior que os mais pobres de Vietnã e Paraguai

Crédito: Pref. de Camboriú
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IDH do Brasil cresce; país é 70º no ranking
da PrimaPagina

Os brasileiros mais pobres vivem em condições de desenvolvimento humano comparáveis às da Índia, mas os 20% mais ricos, em situação melhor que a fatia mais rica da população da Suécia, Alemanha, Canadá e França. As informações estão no relatório do PNUD que analisa os números recentes do Índice de Desenvolvimento Humano (IDH) e cita um estudo europeu que conclui que países que atingiram alto desenvolvimento humano (IDH maior de 0,800) nos últimos anos, como o Brasil, ainda têm parte da população sofrendo privações comuns às de países do fim da lista./.../

Monday, December 29, 2008

Morris Collen, M.D: Drug Interactions

Pioneering Researcher at 95 Returns to Lifelong Quest in Drug Interactions

By Crystal Phend, Staff Writer, MedPage Today
Published: December 24, 2008
Reviewed by Zalman S. Agus, MD; Emeritus Professor 
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.

OAKLAND, Calif., Dec. 24 -- When Morris Collen, M.D., peers into his medicine cabinet at the assisted-living facility apartment where he lives, his thoughts are far from the typical musings of a 95-year-old. He is thinking of adverse drug interactions.

He considers his eight daily prescription drugs, the eyedrops, and the multivitamins he takes, and he wonders how each affects the others, and what this hodgepodge is doing in his body./.../

Thursday, December 25, 2008


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Gerente de Tecnologia da Informação

Sala de fumantes

Recebi esta imagem da Anne Schneider, esposa do 
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Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Feliz Natal. Happy Christmas

Caríssimos AMICOR,
Desejo-lhes um Feliz Natal e agradeço pela companhia durante mais este ano.
Esta alegoria muito expressiva me foi enviada pelo Professor Antonio Bayes de Luna Presidente da World Heart Federation e aproveito para comparti-la com todos vocês.
Um abraço
Happy Christmas and thanks for your companionship during one more year.
This expressive allegory I recieved from Professor Antonio Bayes de Luna, World Heart Federation President and I wish to share it with all of you.
My Greetings,
nadala 20080001

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Atherosclerotic Peripheral Vascular Disease Symposium II:

AHA Conference Proceedings

Atherosclerotic Peripheral Vascular Disease Symposium II: Executive Summary
Mark A. Creager, Christopher J. White, William R. Hiatt, Michael H. Criqui,
Shellie C. Josephs, Mark J. Alberts, William H. Pearce, Bruce H. Gray, and
Krishna J. Rocha-Singh
Circulation 2008;118 2811-2825

Atherosclerotic Peripheral Vascular Disease Symposium II: Nomenclature for
Vascular Diseases
William R. Hiatt, Jerry Goldstone, Sidney C. Smith, Jr, Mary McDermott,
Gregory Moneta, Roberta Oka, Anne B. Newman, William H. Pearce, and   for
Writing Group 1
Circulation 2008;118 2826-2829

Atherosclerotic Peripheral Vascular Disease Symposium II: Screening for
Atherosclerotic Vascular Diseases:: Should Nationwide Programs Be
Michael H. Criqui, Mark J. Alberts, F. Gerald R. Fowkes, Alan T. Hirsch,
Patrick T. O'Gara, Jeffrey W. Olin, and   for Writing Group 2
Circulation 2008;118 2830-2836

Atherosclerotic Peripheral Vascular Disease Symposium II: Vascular Magnetic
Resonance and Computed Tomographic Imaging
Shellie C. Josephs, Howard A. Rowley, Geoffrey D. Rubin, and   for Writing
Group 3
Circulation 2008;118 2837-2844

Atherosclerotic Peripheral Vascular Disease Symposium II: Stroke
Intervention: State of the Art
Mark J. Alberts, Robert A. Felberg, Lee R. Guterman, Steven R. Levine, and
for Writing Group 4
Circulation 2008;118 2845-2851

Atherosclerotic Peripheral Vascular Disease Symposium II: Controversies in
Carotid Artery Revascularization
Christopher J. White, Joshua A. Beckman, Richard P. Cambria, Anthony J.
Comerota, William A. Gray, Robert W. Hobson, II, Sriram S. Iyer, and   for
Writing Group 5
Circulation 2008;118 2852-2859

Atherosclerotic Peripheral Vascular Disease Symposium II: Controversies in
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair
William H. Pearce, Christopher K. Zarins, J. Michael Bacharach, and   for
Writing Group 6
Circulation 2008;118 2860-2863

Atherosclerotic Peripheral Vascular Disease Symposium II: Lower-Extremity
Revascularization: State of the Art
Bruce H. Gray, Michael S. Conte, Michael D. Dake, Michael R. Jaff, Krishna
Kandarpa, Stephen R. Ramee, John Rundback, Ronald Waksman, and   for
Writing Group 7
Circulation 2008;118 2864-2872

Atherosclerotic Peripheral Vascular Disease Symposium II: Intervention for
Renal Artery Disease
Krishna J. Rocha-Singh, Andrew C. Eisenhauer, Stephen C. Textor,
Christopher J. Cooper, Walter A. Tan, Alan H. Matsumoto, Kenneth
Rosenfield, and   for Writing Group 8
Circulation 2008;118 2873-2878

Monday, December 22, 2008

Didgeridoo:snoring and sleep apnea

Figure 1
Para os médicos é mais fácil e intere$$ante submeter pacientes a complexos e caros procedimentos diangósticos e receitar drogas e aparelhos do que promover o exercício que já se comprovou eficaz em muitas outras condições.
Quem sabe exercícios equivalentes possam chegar aos mesmos resultados?

Sunday, December 21, 2008

intensive glycemic control

AHA/ACC/ADA issue statement on intensive glycemic control

19 December 2008

MedWire News: Three leading US diabetes and cardiovascular (CV) organizations have issued a statement in which they urge clinicians to continue to pursue a glycated hemoglobin target of less than 7.0%, alongside aggressive risk-factor control, in order to reduce the risk of microvascular complications in Type 2 diabetes. /.../

The Future of Pharma

The Future of Pharma

Over the next few years, drug makers are likely to face many new challenges, including government approved importation of cheaper drugs,  Medicare negotiating for lower prices, stricter regulations of direct-to-consumer advertising, and (hopefully) a more robust FDA under the Obama Administration. With so many changes afoot, Big Pharma will have to evolve or suffer the consequences. Even drug executives see the need for a restructuring of the industry. Earlier this month, the head of pharmaceuticals at Roche told reporters that the “marginally-different-and-market-it-like-hell model [of prescription drugs] is over.” But if that’s true, then what new model will take its place—and will it be any less troubling?/.../


TRANSCEND INTERNATIONAL connects autonomous individuals and centers working on peace by peaceful means, development by developmental means and environment by environmental means. The mission statement defines four pillars: To bring about a more peaceful world by using action, education/training, dissemination and research to handle conflicts with empathy, nonviolence and creativity.

TRANSCEND was founded August 1993 by Johan Galtung and Fumio Nishimura as a conflict mediation organization. Dietrich Fischer joined and June 1995 Fischer and Galtung invited 11 others. Mid 2008 TRANSCEND has 350 scholars-practitioners from 80 countries as members, one third women. TRANSCEND International, Inc., is registered in Hawai'i and has 501(c)3 tax-exemption number 99ï·“0339345. Treasurer: Katrin Kaeufer 

TRANSCEND is organized in a dozen regions around the world: Northern Europe, German-speaking Europe, Eastern Europe, CIS, Europa Latina, Africa, the Arab World, the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, (North-)East Asia, North America, Latin America. Each region has a convener. The Board of Conveners is TRANSCEND's highest authority, sensitive to the biannual member assemblies.

During the 15 years from 1993 most of the work has been on conflict mediation and violence conciliation, using Diagnosis-Prognosis-Therapy, on often very difficult and complex conflicts. In that connection peace journalism, peace education and peace business have played important roles.

Friday, December 19, 2008

Person of the Year 2008

Person of the Year 2008

The Interview: Person Of the Year Barack Obama