More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: Life after leprosy in Vietnam (Vaughan, 1/25).

Associated Press: AP Exclusive: U.S. Nobelist was told of gene-edited babies (Choi/Marchione, 1/28).

Devex: EIB chief says Europe falling short on development finance (Chadwick, 1/30).

Los Angeles Times: Obesity, climate change and hunger must be fought as one, health experts declare (Healy, 1/28).

Reuters: UNICEF boss urges Myanmar to enact Kofi Annan’s recommendations on Rohingya crisis (McPherson, 1/28).

SciDev.Net: Up to 43 percent of malaria costs due to fake drugs (Nakkazi, 1/28).

Spirits Business: Fever-Tree pledges £1m for malaria charity (Kiely, 1/28).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: LGBT+ people in Singapore ‘more fearful’ after HIV data leak (Yi, 1/29).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Afghan men oppose more women’s rights; elders less hardline (Elks, 1/29).

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