More News In Global Health

CNN: Global skin cancer deaths rising for men, but not women, study says (Avramova, 11/5).

Nature: Wellcome and Gates join bold European open-access plan (Van Noorden, 11/5).

Newsweek: ‘Prophet’ Who Claimed To Discover HIV and Cancer Cure Secures Government Support for Clinical Trial (Brennan, 11/5).

New York Times: Dogs Can Detect Malaria. How Useful Is That? (McNeil, 11/5).

Reuters: Yellow fever kills 10 in Ethiopia, WHO ships 1.45 million vaccines (Miles, 11/5).

SciDev.Net: One simple questionnaire could help spot autism in many countries (Extance, 11/5).

TIME: Gates Foundation Pulls Funding From Charity Chaired by Saudi Crown Prince Over Khashoggi Killing (Perrigo, 11/5).

U.N. News: ‘Rare but devastating’ tsunamis underscore need for better preparation, U.N. chief urges on World Day (11/5).

Washington Post: Worried about emerging infectious diseases outbreaks around the world? Listen to this (Blakemore, 11/3).

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