FT Health Discusses Malaria Funding, Sluggish Progress, Features Interview With Head Of Vatican’s Science And Faith Foundation

FT Health: Malaria backsliding, the Vatican and gene-editing
The latest issue of the Financial Times’ weekly global health newsletter discusses malaria funding and the slowing of progress on the disease. The newsletter also features an interview with Monsignor Tomasz Trafny, head of the Vatican’s Science and Faith Foundation, which is hosting a global health conference on April 26-28, and provides a round-up of other global health-related news stories (Jack et al., 4/20).

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