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Agence France-Presse: Push to cure hepatitis B, a neglected disease (4/10). Al Jazeera: Death toll from devastating Cyclone Idai rises above 1,000 (4/10). Borgen Magazine: How Drug Manufacturers are Treating Neglected Tropical Diseases (Sharek, 4/10). Malay Mail: Rights advocates worry conservatism hampering women’s sexual, reproductive health (Zurairi AR, 4/11). NPR:…

Media Outlets Examine Barriers To TB R&D, Access To Treatment

Devex: Will new TB treatments reach those who need them most? “Pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline is pursuing new treatments for tuberculosis but insists it will need support from governments and funding agencies if it is to get them to patients in lower-income countries, the head of its global health unit, David…

USAID Administrator Mark Green Highlights Key Aspects Of FY 2020 Budget Request In Written Testimony For House Foreign Affairs Committee

USAID: Written Statement of USAID Administrator Mark Green before the House Foreign Affairs Committee In written testimony for a hearing in the House Foreign Affairs Committee on USAID’s FY 2020 budget request, USAID Administrator Mark Green discussed key aspects of the request, including the U.S. humanitarian response to Venezuela, Tropical…

Various Sectors Must Work Together To Develop Market-Based Incentives For New Antimicrobial Drugs

STAT: Creating new antimicrobial drugs will require governments working with industry Thomas B. Cueni, director general of the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA) and chair of the AMR Industry Alliance “As the number of infections resistant to antimicrobial drugs continues to rise around the world, and with…

Bloomberg Philanthropies Experts Discuss Central Role Of Data In Tobacco Control Initiative, Challenges Of Program Implementation

Health Affairs Blog: How Evidence Has Fueled Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Work In Tobacco Control Kelly Henning, public health program lead at Bloomberg Philanthropies, and Jennifer Ellis, director of the Bloomberg Data for Health Initiative, discuss the central role data has played in helping Bloomberg Philanthropies approach its tobacco control work and…

Private Sector, Corporate Leaders Can Contribute More To Global Health

Fortune: Most CEOs Don’t Have a Global Health Strategy. That Needs to Change Ashish K. Jha, K.T. Li professor of global health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and director of the Harvard Global Health Institute, and Peter Sands, senior research fellow at the Harvard Global Health…