More News In Global Health

Devex: Innovation at IRC: ‘What can we do to make the sector better?’ (Cheney, 5/31).

The Guardian: Antibiotic apocalypse: E.U. scraps plans to tackle drug pollution, despite fears of rising resistance (Neslen, 6/1).

Inter Press Service: Peru’s Poor and Disabled Struggle in the Shadows (Vale, 5/30).

The Lancet: Nipah virus outbreak in India (Chatterjee, 6/2).

The Lancet: Palestine not to seek full membership of WHO (Zarocostas, 6/2).

News Deeply: Deeply Talks: Exploring the New Access to Nutrition Index (Green, 5/31).

Quartz: On World No Tobacco Day, Japan’s health ministry removed its cigarette vending machine (Steger, 6/1).

U.N. News: U.N. agencies join forces against environmental risks that cause 12.6 million deaths a year (5/31).

Vox: A genetically modified organism could end malaria and save millions of lives — if we decide to use it (Matthews, 5/31).

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