More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: World Food Programme cuts aid for Palestinians (1/13).

Associated Press: Bare-handed surgeries as Zimbabwe’s health system collapses (Mutsaka, 1/12).

Devex: How polio campaigners won €55M for their fight (Hargrave, 1/14).

Inter Press Service: Shedding Light on Forced Child Pregnancy and Motherhood in Latin America (Jara, 1/14).

NPR: Human Trafficking Reaches ‘Horrific’ New Heights, Declares U.N. Report (Cole, 1/14).

Reuters: Indonesia seeks to reassure HIV patients over drug supplies (Da Costa et al., 1/13).

SciDev.Net: Açaí fruit can transmit Chagas disease (de Oliveira Andrade, 1/11).

STAT: Science with borders: A debate over genetic sequences and national rights threatens to inhibit research (Branswell, 1/14).

TIME: Chinese Police Opened an Investigation Into Reports of Expired Polio Vaccinations (Meixler, 1/14).

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