More News In Global Health

Axios: A good news story from Davos (Snyder, 1/26).

Devex: Elissa Golberg on Canada’s development finance efforts (Saldinger, 1/28).

Devex: Leprosy community asks if their magic bullet really is magic (Root, 1/28).

Forbes: WHO Suggests Cancer Drug Prices Are Too High (Reisinger, 1/25).

Fox News: Ebola virus found in bat in West Africa for the first time, scientists say (Farber, 1/26).

The Guardian: Revealed: ‘dozens’ of girls subjected to breast-ironing in U.K. (Lazareva, 1/26).

International Business Times: Does India have enough funds for its next polio vaccination drive? (Malik, 1/26).

U.N. News: U.N. chief welcomes announcement by Emir of Qatar to allocate $50 million to support Syrian refugees, displaced persons (1/25).

Wall Street Journal: Mexico’s New Focus to Stem Violent Culture: Children (Whelan/Forero, 1/26).

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