More News In Global Health

Bloomberg: World’s Biggest Health Care Program Must Educate a Half-Billion Beneficiaries (Beniwal, 10/25).

The Economist: Famines are becoming more frequent in the Sahel (10/25).

HuffPost: What It Means That ‘Virginity Tests’ Are Still Common In Morocco (Ouazzani, 10/25).

The Lancet: Urgent medical attention needed for people on Nauru (McCall, 10/27).

The National: Bill Gates in talks over plan to open UAE center to eliminate diseases (Duncan, 10/24).

Quartz: Trans rights are under threat in the U.S., but Uruguay is massively expanding them (Schlanger, 10/22).

SciDev.Net: Pesticides blamed for rise in colon cancer deaths (de Oliveira Andrade, 10/25).

Washington Post: India wrestles with first significant outbreak of Zika virus (Slater, 10/25).

Xinhua News: UNICEF delivers vaccines for millions of Libyan children (10/26).

Xinhua News: China donates 1.5 mln USD to South Sudan to enhance Ebola prevention (10/26).

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