More News In Global Health

Devex: In the Kasai crisis response, a priority on local health services (Jerving, 6/22).

The Economist: How Sierra Leone is beating tropical diseases (6/23).

The Guardian: China: new rules to prevent sex-selective abortions raise fears (Kuo, 6/22).

The Guardian: Médecins Sans Frontières staff accused of using sex workers in Africa (Summers, 6/21).

The Hill: World Health Organization no longer classifies being transgender as mental illness (Folley, 6/21).

Homeland Preparedness News: Malaria vaccine combo may reduce number of cases (Clark, 6/21).

The Lancet: Hepatitis C-infected organ transplants offer hope (Webster, 6/23).

Mail & Guardian: South Sudan on brink of new famine (Martell, 6/22).

STAT: Health officials cautiously optimistic dangerous Ebola outbreak is over (Branswell, 6/21).

WIRED: How ‘Self-Limiting’ Mosquitos Can Help Eradicate Malaria (Molteni, 6/21).

Xinhua News: Uganda rolls out vaccine to protect newborns against diarrhea (6/21).

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