More News In Global Health

Devex: Aid groups adapt Rohingya mental health services for population in limbo (Rogers, 12/18).

Devex: Q&A: Linda McAvan on what aid stands to lose from Brexit (Edwards, 12/18).

Global Health NOW: The Muranga Solution: Extending Hemophilia Care to Rural Kenya (McNeish, 12/14).
Global Health NOW: More Than a Medical Story: A Q&A with Hannah McNeish (Simpson, 12/17).

The Guardian: ‘I beg them to let me go’: Sierra Leone’s sex workers targeted by police (Summers, 12/17).

Homeland Preparedness News: Nuclear Threat Initiative receives grant to counter global biological risks (Kovaleski, 12/17).

Homeland Preparedness News: Researchers identify drug targets for Ebola, Dengue, Zika viruses (Galford, 12/17).

Intellectual Property Watch: WHO To Form Expert Panel On Challenges Of Human Gene Editing (12/17).

New York Times: Inspired by India, Singaporeans Seek to End Gay Sex Ban (Qin, 12/16).

U.N. News: U.N. calls for funds to ease ‘deteriorating’ humanitarian situation in Gaza and West Bank (12/17).

Wired: A New Disease Is Testing Us For The Next Global Pandemic (McKenna, 12/18).

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