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In Response To Senate Inquiry, CDC Director Says Agency Has No ‘Banned’ Words

The Hill: CDC rejects censorship reports: ‘There are absolutely no “banned” words’ “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says it ‘has not banned, prohibited, or forbidden’ the use of certain words in official documentation, the agency director says in response to concerns from Senate Democrats. … CDC Director…

HHS Secretary Nominee Alex Azar’s History With Pharmaceutical Industry Could Threaten Access To Medicines, U.S. Global Health Initiatives

The Hill: Alex Azar is bad medicine for HHS Hilary McQuie, director of U.S. policy and grassroots mobilization at the Health Global Access Project (GAP) “…Americans want government action to address the crisis of out of control domestic drug price increases, and they overwhelmingly support successful global health initiatives overseas…

U.S. Government, Others Must Prioritize Development Of Universal Flu Vaccine

New York Times: We’re Not Ready for a Flu Pandemic Michael T. Osterholm, professor and director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, and Mark Olshaker, writer and documentary filmmaker “…Given the century of medical progress since [the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic], one…

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

Global Health: Science and Practice: December 2017 The December issue of the Global Health: Science and Practice online journal features articles on various topics, including research articles on increasing women’s participation in a President’s Malaria Initiative indoor residual spraying program in Africa and family planning efforts in Jordan, including USAID’s…

Blog Post Highlights 10 Examples Of USAID’s Work In 2017

U.S. Department of State’s “DipNote”: Be Inspired: 10 Examples of How Aid Works This blog post highlights 10 examples of USAID’s work in 2017, including the agency’s efforts related to natural disasters, food insecurity, and maternal and newborn health (1/4).

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