More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Uganda controls deadly Marburg fever outbreak, WHO says (12/8).
VOA News: WHO: Rapid Action Brings Quick End to Marburg Outbreak in Uganda (Schlein, 12/8).

Devex: To tackle malnutrition, go fish (Sieff, 12/11).

Devex: Q&A: Towards medicines regulatory harmonization — lessons from Zimbabwe (12/11).

Financial Times: Six ways to increase uptake of family planning (Jack, 12/8).

The Guardian: Women in sub-Saharan Africa forced into sex to pay hospital bills, study says (Hodal, 12/8).

NPR: How Women From The U.S. Could Be At Risk Of Genital Mutilation (Katz, 12/9).

Reuters: Feature — Roots, razors and witches — fighting AIDS in Zambia (Griffiths, 12/11).

Scientific American: “Supermalaria” Is on the Way (Midega, 12/8).

STAT: As foreign powers approve Ebola vaccines, U.S. drug makers lag in development pipeline (Branswell, 12/8).

U.N. News Centre: U.N. chief calls for $1 billion in donor contributions to emergency response fund (12/8).

U.N. News Centre: Conflicts, drought drive hunger despite strong global food supply — U.N. agriculture agency (12/7).

U.N. News Centre: Not enough being done to shield civilians from violence in Somalia — U.N. report (12/10).

Wall Street Journal: Sanctions Endanger Drug Maker (Talley, 12/8).

Xinhua News: Doctors urge public to be aware of AIDS as new infection cases increasing in Pakistan (12/10).

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