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Bloomberg: Why China Is the Brave New World of Editing Human DNA (Lauerman/Chang, 1/22).

Devex: Global agendas set to fail unless something changes: Helen Clark (Root, 1/23).

The Guardian: Tired of dark fields and jeering men: the bride who led a ‘toilet revolution’ (Dhillon, 1/23).

Healio: The ‘broken’ antimicrobial market: A ‘looming cloud’ over medicine (Stulpin, January 2019).

Newsweek: Migrants and Refugees Do Not Bring ‘Exotic Communicable Diseases’ to Countries, World Health Organization Report States (Da Silva, 1/22).

Newsweek: How Japan Is Applying Its Knowledge and Experience To Ensure Health and Well-Being for All (1/22).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: In God’s name: Indian girls forced into sex work despite ritual ban (Nagaraj, 1/22).

U.N. News: Nigeria: Armed conflict continues to uproot thousands, driving up humanitarian need (1/22).

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