More News In Global Health

Global Health NOW: Driving Change and Saving Lives (Powder, 10/11).

Health Policy Watch: Innovative Financing: New Health Bonds Tested For Impact (Anderson, 10/11).

Health Policy Watch: Women Suffer In Tanzania’s Deadly Backstreet Abortions (Makoye, 10/8).

ImpactAlpha: After a dozen deals, Global Health Investment Fund has overcome a rocky start (Pothering, 10/10).

NPR: Rate Of C-Sections Is Rising At An ‘Alarming’ Rate, Report Says (Doucleff, 10/12).

Reuters: Zika virus cases spike in India’s Jaipur as peak tourist season nears (Siddiqui, 10/14).

Reuters: Gene editing kills malaria carrying mosquitoes (McDill, 10/12).

VOA News: WHO Cracks Down on Illicit Sale of Tobacco (Schlein, 10/11).

Vox: Why Bill Gates is worried (Klein, 10/15).

Xinhua News: World Health Summit kicks off in Berlin (10/14).

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