More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse/FOX Business: Sanofi Urges Philippines to Lift Dengue Vaccine Suspension (12/11).
Reuters: Philippine senator criticizes “reckless disregard” in dengue vaccine program (Lema, 12/11).

The Guardian: The billionth treatment for river blindness — photo essay (Robertson, 12/12).

New York Times: They Fled Boko Haram, Only to Be Raped by Nigeria’s Security Forces (Searcey, 12/8).

Reuters: Cholera resurges in Zambian capital Lusaka, WHO says (Miles, 12/12).

SciDev.Net: Q&A: We need to produce ‘different food,’ not more (Makri, 12/11).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Feature — Slaughtered by sex, Zambia’s ‘Sweet Town’ survives ravages of AIDS (Griffiths, 12/11).

Washington Post: Microbes by the ton: Officials see weapons threat as North Korea gains biotech expertise (Warrick, 12/10).

U.N. News Centre: U.N. aid official in Yemen urges lifting of blockade, says millions a ‘step away from famine’ (12/11).

U.N. News Centre: Violence shuts schools, deprives children of medical care in Syria’s East Ghouta, warns UNICEF (12/11).

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