More News In Global Health

BBC News: Ugandan wins Africa prize for bloodless malaria test (6/14).

Christian Science Monitor: Gay Kenyans hope for legal win, eyeing broader shift in Africa (Gikandi/Brownb, 6/14).

CIDRAP News: Vaccine trial shows more hospitalizations for dengue-naive kids (Soucheray, 6/14).

Devex: Q&A: E.U. development chief on the challenges of uniting Europe around aid (Welsh, 6/14).

Devex: Invest in youth, not another big institution, says Mark Dybul (Ravelo, 6/15).

The Guardian: Tobacco industry seeking to control anti-smuggling measures, say critics (Boseley, 6/14).

The Lancet: From Ireland to Northern Ireland: campaigns for abortion law (Li, 6/16).

Popular Science: A warmer planet might make deadly bacteria more resistant to antibiotics (Cimons, 6/14).

SciDev.Net: DRC first to approve widespread use of Ebola drugs (Makri, 6/14).

Xinhua News: South Sudan calls for increased investment amid blood shortage (6/14).

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