More News In Global Health

Associated Press: HIV cases in children dropping but still too slowly, U.N. says (11/29).

Bloomberg Quint: Google’s Parent Has a Plan to Eliminate Mosquitoes Worldwide (Brown, 11/28).

Devex: A strained welcome awaits Venezuelans in Colombia (Daniels, 11/29).

Devex: Innovation at WFP: A safe space combined with scale (Cheney, 11/29).

Fox News: One-third of migrants in caravan are being treated for health issues, Tijuana health official says (Mikelionis et al., 11/29).

Homeland Preparedness News: USC researchers create polio vaccine that no longer needs refrigeration (Galford, 11/28).

SciDev.Net: Q&A: Privacy ‘not keeping pace’ with digital health (Makri, 11/28).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Russia risks HIV epidemic as cases rise — experts (Savage, 11/28).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Ambulances ‘repeatedly targeted’ in Syria conflict: study (Elks, 11/27).

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