A CGHR study published in NEJM finds that smokers who quit before 40 years save a decade of their lives— August 31, 2012
Improving cause of death data in places where vital registration is scarce could dramatically transform public health.— June 12, 2012
New research published in the Lancet estimates a total of 0.2 million suicide deaths in 2010 in India.— May 1, 2012
A Copenhagen Consensus panel, including Prof Prabhat Jha, outlines five key interventions with the greatest “bang for buck” to tackle chronic disease in developing countries.— March 29, 2012
Professors Prabhat Jha and Dean T. Jamison reflect on lessons from the US health-care model.
New study published in The Lancet finds a significant portion of cancer mortality in India is avoidable.— October 20, 2011
New CGHR study emphasizes the need for tobacco tax reform in India to improve tax administration, increase revenue, and save 69 million years of healthy life.— September 8, 2011
CGHR study investigates patterns of non-regular sex partners and use of female sex workers by Indian men for HIV prevention.— August 15, 2011
Study in the WHO Bulletin reveals new information about deaths in India from unintentional falls.— May 24, 2011
Study in The Lancet finds that selective abortion of girls in India has drastically increased. Press materials available.— May 24, 2011
Infectious disease mortality in older children aged 5-14 now published in PLoS One.— April 12, 2011
India is believed to have more snakebites than any other country in the world.— February 7, 2011
Capturing the context of maternal deaths from supplementary narratives in verbal autopsy.— November 13, 2010
Lancet study shows that more than 2.3 million children under the age of 5 died in India in 2005. Press materials available.— October 21, 2010
Lancet study shows that malaria deaths in India has been vastly underestimated. Press materials available.