More News In Global Health

Devex: Q&A: Why a 25-year-old agreement still matters for women and girls (Rogers, 11/30).

Devex: Q&A: Why knowledge is power when it comes to HIV/AIDS (11/30).

Devex: DFID promises ‘no accounting tricks’ to count CDC profits as aid (Edwards, 11/30).

Devex: U.K. counterterrorism bill could hinder humanitarian work, aid groups say (Edwards, 11/29).

New York Times: In Yemen, Lavish Meals for Few, Starvation for Many and a Dilemma for Reporters (Walsh, 11/29).

Science: Ethics aside, does the CRISPR baby experiment make scientific sense? (Cohen, 11/28).

STAT: China halts genome editing research that led to claimed birth of CRISPR babies (Joseph/Begley, 11/29).

STAT Plus: Once-a-day pills for combating HIV are a better deal than some people think (Silverman, 11/29).

U.N. News: New Syria fighting represents ‘giant powder keg,’ warns aid veteran, as he leaves U.N. stage (11/29).

USA TODAY: Poor health conditions of Central American migrants worry Mexican, U.N. health officials (Dudar, 11/29).

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