More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: Nigeria runs low on snakebite antidote (6/24).

Associated Press: Non-invasive malaria test wins Africa engineering prize (Muhumuza, 6/24).

The Guardian: ‘This scheme is a lifesaver’: India’s drive to provide cheap drugs (Dhillon, 6/25).

Newsweek: Engineered Mosquitos Backed by Bill and Melinda Gates to Wipe Out Malaria (Hetherington, 6/22).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Governments must crack down on organ trafficking: expert (Win, 6/22).

VICE News: Here’s how the DRC fought off an Ebola outbreak (Singh, 6/24).

Washington Post: ‘Everything was destroyed’: Monsoon begins to take deadly toll on Rohingya camps in Bangladesh (Doshi, 6/24).

Xinhua News: Brazil develops GM mosquitoes with defective sperm to combat Zika (6/22).

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