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Canadian Press/The Star: ‘Hell’ of fighting drug-resistant tuberculosis cause some patients to abandon treatment (Sagan/Kane, 6/29). Global Press Journal: In DRC, Married Women Receive Preferential Access to Birth Control (Mutombo, 6/25). Newsweek: Remote Amazon Yanomami Tribe Threatened by Measles Outbreak (Spear, 7/5). NPR: VIDEO: Are We Headed Toward A Post-Antibiotic…

New Issue Of Global Health: Science And Practice Journal Available Online

Global Health: Science and Practice: June 2018 This new issue of the online journal features pieces on various topics, including an editorial on lessons learned from the use of long-lasting insecticidal nets for malaria control programs in Myanmar and Nigeria; a commentary on improving global health programs through systematic program…

Wilson Center Event Highlights Intersection Of Population Growth, Family Planning, Sustainable Development

Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program’s “New Security Beat”: A More Resilient World: The Role of Population and Family Planning in Sustainable Development Olivia Smith of the Wilson Center highlights panelists’ remarks at a Wilson Center eventĀ on the role of population growth and family planning on sustainable development.…

More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: Ultra-secure lab in Gabon equipped for Ebola studies (6/19). The Guardian: These Guatemalan women save mothers and babies. Why are they treated so badly? (Johnson, 6/20). The Guardian: The doctor from Myanmar faced with 1 million patients and a plague of rats — podcast (Lamble/Stephens, 6/20). Homeland Preparedness…

World Should Not ‘Shy Away’ From Discussing Ethical Steps To Stabilize Population Growth, Including Improving Access To Contraceptives

Washington Post: Talking about overpopulation is still taboo. That has to change. Frances Kissling, president of the Center for Health, Ethics and Social Policy; Jotham Musinguzi, director general of Uganda’s National Population Council; and Peter Singer, Ira W. DeCamp professor of bioethics at Princeton University “…Both feminists and population stabilization…