More News In Global Health
Deutsche Welle: Guinea worm: inching towards eradication (Winter, 5/23).
Devex: Tuberculosis and NCDs jostle for space in global health agenda (Chadwick, 5/25).
Intellectual Property Watch: Fake Medicines To Be Discussed On Side Of WTO TRIPS Council Next Week (5/29).
Intellectual Property Watch: South Africa Approves New IP Policy, With Guidance From U.N. Agencies (Daniels, 5/27).
The Lancet Infectious Diseases: AIDS, Africa, and high ambition (Burki, June 2018).
The Lancet Infectious Diseases: Rohingya threatened by infectious diseases (Cousins, June 2018).
NPR: Why It’s Difficult For Viruses To Turn In To Deadly Pandemics (Doucleff, 5/29).
NPR: Why It’s So Hard To Wipe Out Polio In Pakistan (Hadid, 5/26).
Reuters: Pakistan diluted proposed tobacco health warnings after Philip Morris, BAT lobbying (Kalra et al., 5/29).
Reuters: Think of investment return, UNICEF chief tells Europe (Macdonald, 5/25).
Taiwan News: Taiwan to donate US$1 million to WHO’s Ebola fund despite being denied entry to WHA (Tzu-ti, 5/26).
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Rebooting food: Finding new ways to feed the future (Win, 5/24).
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Are the global goals doomed to fail without better open data? (Gerretsen, 5/24).
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Millions could avoid deadly fever if world limits warming (Taylor, 5/28).
STAT: Polio eradication initiative meets resistance to appeals to destroy samples (Branswell, 5/25).
Xinhua News: Zambia, Global Fund pledge to continue strengthening health systems (5/24).
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