More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: ‘Forced’ sterilization of Brazilian woman sparks uproar (Smith, 6/14).

Fast Company: How satellite imagery could combat infectious diseases around the world (Terdiman, 6/13).

Financial Times: HIV treatment breakthrough boosts GSK (Neville, 6/14).
Reuters: GSK’s two-drug HIV treatment meets main goal in late-stage studies (Nair, 6/14).

IRIN: Q&A: How a legal challenge on Rohingya deportation could redefine the bounds of international justice (Loy, 6/13).

Scientific American: New Probiotic Cholera Vaccine Can Outrace the Infection’s Rapid Spread (Coniff, 6/13).

VOA News: UNAIDS Chief: Testing is Critical in Combating HIV/AIDS (Hoke, 6/14).

Xinhua News: Namibia, Angola jointly craft strategy to eliminate malaria (6/14).

Xinhua News: Tanzania’s family planning budget up by 60 pct (6/14).

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