More News In Global Health

Bloomberg: The DNA Cops Who Make Sure the World’s Deadliest Viruses Aren’t Rebuilt (Spalding, 6/27).

CBS News: Air pollution killing thousands of infants in Africa, study says (6/27).

Devex: Why training pharmaceutical regulatory professionals is key to improving health in Africa (6/28).

Homeland Preparedness News: New cholera tracking approach may aid control strategies (Clark, 6/27).

News Deeply: Nigeria Turns to Technology to Reduce Food Waste and Fight Hunger (Fallon, 6/27).

New York Times: U.N. Reports Sharp Increase in Children Killed or Maimed in Conflicts (Sugiyama, 6/27).

Reuters: Zambia aims to eradicate malaria by 2021: health minister (Mfula, 6/27).

Xinhua News: East African bloc urges expanding access to quality-assured medicines (6/27).

Xinhua News: Uganda’s introduction of diarrhea vaccine to reduce child deaths: U.N. (6/27).

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