More News In Global Health

Devex: Why almost no one in Nigeria is using HIV prevention drugs (Adepoju, 11/7).

Devex: With less than 6 months to go, what are the plans for Bloomberg’s Data for Health? (Cornish, 11/7).

The Guardian: Taxing red meat would save many lives, research shows (Carrington, 11/6).

New York Times: In China, Bill Gates Encourages the World to Build a Better Toilet (Wee, 11/6).

Texas Standard: A Tale Of Two Diseases: How The Malaria Parasite Could Help Protect Against Ebola (Petrie, 11/6).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Indonesian startup uses road safety to drive women’s empowerment (Taylor, 11/5).

The Wire: TB Patients on Bedaquiline Have Half the Mortality of Those Not on the Drug: WHO Chief (Bhuyan, 11/6).

Xinhua News: Namibia winning the war on malaria: report (11/6).

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