More News In Global Health

aidsmap: One in five exposed to TB during HIV clinic visits, Malawi study finds (Alcorn, 10/1).

Associated Press: Zimbabwe in huge cholera vaccination drive after 49 deaths (10/3).

BBC News: The battle for better disability rehab in North Africa (Daniels, 10/1).

BBC News: Cervical cancer: Australia ‘to be first to eliminate disease’ (10/3).

Devex: Nigeria’s hidden HIV crisis (Adepoju, 10/3).

New York Times: ‘Better to Drown’: A Greek Refugee Camp’s Epidemic of Misery (Kingsley, 10/2).

Quartz India: A shocking proportion of Indians have got morning-after pills all wrong (Thomas, 10/3).

SciDev.Net: U.N. targets TB for eradication (Caruana, 10/3).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Desperate border crossings, as Venezuela runs short of HIV drugs (Moloney, 10/3).

U.N. News: U.N. chief commends India’s progress towards Sustainable Development Goals (10/2).

Vox: New research brings us one step closer to eradicating malaria — but progress will take a while (Piper, 10/2).

The Wire: How Is Modi’s Swachh Bharat Dealing With the Public Health Crisis of Open Defecation? (Agarwal, 10/2).

Xinhua News: Arab League sets strategy to better social, health conditions of aged people (10/3).

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