More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Dozens of high fever deaths cause panic in northern India (Banerjee, 9/13).

BBC News: Morocco bans forced marriage and sexual violence (9/12).

Devex: What about women? The case for gendered NCD policies (Politzer, 9/13).

Forbes: Landmark Commitments Will Be Made At The Global Climate Action Summit (Shukla, 9/12).

The Guardian: Climate change driving up malnutrition rates in Pacific, U.N. warns (Doherty, 9/12).

Inter Press Service: Q&A: Achieving Sustainable Goals: “In the End it is All About People. If People Want, it Will Happen” (Jena, 9/12).

Science: As massive Zika vaccine trial struggles, researchers revive plan to intentionally infect humans (Cohen, 9/12).

The Telegraph: Pakistan’s female vaccinating team moves from polio to measles (Farmer, 9/12).

U.N. News: South-South Cooperation Day focuses in on sustainable development, a ‘new phase of cooperation’ (9/12).

United Press International: South Korea struggles to track foreign passengers in MERS alert (Lee, 9/11).

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