-2004) he is currently a visiting scientist at the Scripps Research Institute.

-2004) he is currently a visiting scientist at the Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA is author or coauthor of more than 150 scientific papers and six books, Sherman also has edited two books on malaria his latest book. Twelve diseases that changed our world (American Society for Microbiology Press, on a dozen diseases that greatly influenced society, politics and culture.

‘In the book I offer an insight into the problems with the development of malaria vaccines and connected I set the public curiosity about them, and the reasons for the need for the development of vaccines. ‘.

In the book, 13 chapters starts Sherman controversies, missteps, wars of words, stolen ideas and clashes of ego as researchers around the world compete for the to develop the first successful malaria vaccine.. But despite decades of research that has led in four Nobel prizes awarded for malaria work, no effective vaccine against the disease in clinical practice has implemented.Erosion primary health care as the basis and point of entry of our health system in a continuous in a continuous and focus on technology – intense costly secondary and tertiary care, making it more difficult obtain, a universal public health systems. On May 16-19, expert and policy makers, new research and ideas at the National Primary Care The Conference showcase in Winnipeg, 101-5 their proposals for renovation and repairs. – CMAJ.

Rachlis M. Prescription for excellence: such innovation saves Canadian health system. Toronto: HarperCollins, side of 101-5. Romanow RJ. Saskatoon: the Commission on the Future of health services in Canadian; 2002nd Available: .