More News In Global Health

Associated Press/VOA News: UNICEF: 400,000 Congo Children Suffering Severe Malnutrition (12/12).

New York Times: Tending to Haiti’s Dead (Porter, 12/13).

Pharmaceutical Executive: Fighting the Good Fight: Industry Perspectives on Global Health (Upton, 12/13).

RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty: ‘We Believed Our Cleric’: Pakistani Polio Victim’s Regretful Father Urges Others To Use Vaccine (Synovitz/Ullah, 12/12).

Reuters: South Sudan needs $1.7 bln humanitarian aid in 2018 (Dumo, 12/13).

STAT: Zika virus, not vaccine or insecticide, linked to birth defects in Brazil (Branswell, 12/13).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: East Africa’s health care “Avon ladies” help to keep children alive (Mannon, 12/13).

U.N. News Centre: U.N. and partners launch $4.4 billion regional appeal for more than five million Syrian refugees (12/12).

Xinhua News: South Sudan closer toward eradicating Guinea worm disease: officials (12/13).

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