More News In Global Health

ABC News: Scientists will release genetically engineered mosquitoes in Africa to fight malaria (Biswas, 9/13).

Al Jazeera: Ukraine’s ‘baby factories’: The human cost of surrogacy (Roache, 9/13).

CIDRAP News: Ebola infects 5 more in DRC, lifting total to 137 (Schnirring, 9/13).

The Economist: European countries demand that publicly funded research be free (9/15).

The Lancet: Crisis in the Chad Basin (Devi, 9/15).

PBS NewsHour: Health workers selling simple cures door-to-door are saving lives (Epatko, 9/13).

Pulitzer Center/BBC: The World’s Most Common Contraception Has a Dark Past (Green, 9/11).

Reuters: Yemen war a ‘living hell’ for children: UNICEF (Miles et al., 9/13).

SciDev.Net: Birth defects cluster not just down to Zika (de Oliveira Andrade, 9/14).

Washington Post: A prototype of how to fight the next pandemic: A vaccine without the shot (Johnson, 9/12).

Xinhua News: Portugal approves sale of test kits for HIV, hepatitis in pharmacies (9/14).

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