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Devex: Q&A: Innovation in integration for health gains (6/21). The Lancet Infectious Diseases: WHO launches Essential Diagnostics List (Bagcchi, July 2018). News Deeply: In India, Experts Look to Climate Trends to Tackle Malnutrition (Shetty, 6/20). Reuters: GSK takes billion-dollar drug fight with Gilead to top AIDS meeting (Hirschler, 6/20). U.S.…

Denmark Increases Contribution To UNAIDS By One Third

UNAIDS: Denmark to increase financial contribution to UNAIDS by one third “…Denmark will increase its contribution to UNAIDS to US$ 6.5 million in 2018 (from 30 million kroner in 2017 to 40 million kroner in 2018). … Denmark is one of the leading donors to UNAIDS and is championing efforts towards…

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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…

New Issue Of NIH Fogarty International Center’s ‘Global Health Matters’ Newsletter Available Online

NIH Fogarty International Center: Global Health Matters The most recent issue of the Fogarty International Center’s newsletter contains various articles addressing global health issues, including several pieces marking the center’s 50 year anniversary; a Q&A with Mark Kaddumukasa, a former Fogarty trainee and current grantee studying epilepsy in Uganda; and…

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CNN: Would-be Indian child bride fights back and helps others (Ahuja, 6/18). Devex: How family planning can help save cheetahs (Edwards, 6/18). Devex: Alarm bells sounded over new E.U. aid instrument proposals (Chadwick, 6/15). Devex: DRC bordering countries begin Ebola preparedness training (Roby, 6/15). New York Times: Video Game Addiction…

Science Speaks Discusses Analysis Of PEPFAR-Funded Peer-Delivered HIV Testing, Treatment Program In Eswatini

IDSA’s “Science Speaks”: Peers speed HIV diagnosis to treatment start in country with world’s highest estimated prevalence Antigone Barton, senior editor and writer of “Science Speaks,” discusses an analysis of a PEPFAR-funded HIV testing and treatment project in the Kingdom of eSwatini, formally known as Swaziland. Barton writes, “The findings, the…

Greater Commitment, Investment Needed To Meet SDG HIV Targets By 2030

Science: HIV — No time for complacency Quarraisha Abdool Karim, associate scientific director, and Salim S. Abdool Karim, director, both at the Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research in South Africa (CAPRISA), and both professors at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University “Today, the global HIV…

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Agence France-Presse: ‘Forced’ sterilization of Brazilian woman sparks uproar (Smith, 6/14). Fast Company: How satellite imagery could combat infectious diseases around the world (Terdiman, 6/13). Financial Times: HIV treatment breakthrough boosts GSK (Neville, 6/14). Reuters: GSK’s two-drug HIV treatment meets main goal in late-stage studies (Nair, 6/14). IRIN: Q&A: How…

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