More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Simpler, one-dose treatment to prevent malaria relapse OK’d (Johnson, 7/20).

BBC News: Ebola: How a killer disease was stopped in its tracks (Golding, 7/23).

The Guardian: Zika epidemic sheds light on Brazil’s ‘invisible children’ (Boseley, 7/20).

The Guardian: Fifty years on, and Catholics are still in turmoil over contraception (Sherwood, 7/22).

The Guardian: Biker nun on a mission to free Tanzania from grip of HIV (Ratcliffe, 7/22).

SciDev.Net: Indigenous people ‘attuned’ to chronic disease risks (de Oliveira Andrade/Orbe, 7/20).

U.N. News: Refugee health services on track despite record level of displacement, says U.N. agency (7/20).

U.N. News: U.N. says ‘many humanitarian achievements,’ one year after ouster of ISIL from Mosul (7/21).

VOA News: Cholera Threatens Cameroon (Kindzeka, 7/21).

Xinhua News: WHO donates medicine to Tanzania to control infectious diseases (7/21).

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