More News In Global Health

CNN: Would-be Indian child bride fights back and helps others (Ahuja, 6/18).

Devex: How family planning can help save cheetahs (Edwards, 6/18).

Devex: Alarm bells sounded over new E.U. aid instrument proposals (Chadwick, 6/15).

Devex: DRC bordering countries begin Ebola preparedness training (Roby, 6/15).

New York Times: Video Game Addiction Tries to Move From Basement to Doctor’s Office (Hsu, 6/17).

Reuters: HK scientists say new research points to “functional cure” for HIV (Solum/Master, 6/15).

Reuters: U.N. special envoy Jolie visits Syrian refugees in Iraq (Laessing, 6/16).

STAT: Sanofi’s new dengue challenge: find a diagnostic that will make its vaccine safe to use (Branswell, 6/13).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Nigeria urged to fix legal mess around female genital mutilation (Batha, 6/15).

Xinhua News: Zambia announces containment of cholera outbreak (6/16).

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