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Agence France-Presse: On World Cancer Day, professor hails ‘tremendous progress’ made so far (2/4).

Al Jazeera: U.N. warns of health risks for Iraqi children in deadly winter (Matheson, 2/5).

Associated Press: Brazil institute: Potential health crisis from dam breach (Jeantet, 2/5).

Bloomberg: Ebola Fears Take Monkey Meat Off the Menu (Francis, 2/6).

The BMJ: Cervical cancer: deaths increase as HPV vaccine is underused, says WHO (Dyer, 2/6).

Devex: Q&A: WHO’s new Western Pacific director on vaccine hesitancy, UHC (Ravelo, 2/5).

The Guardian: Young woman dies in fourth ‘period hut’ tragedy this year in Nepal (Ratcliffe, 2/6).

SciDev.Net: West Nile Virus spotted in Pakistan (Shaikh, 2/5).

SciDev.Net: Community projects cut new malaria cases by 94 percent (Ogema, 2/5).

Science: Rise in size of African families may be tied to less schooling (Kaiser, 2/4).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: India’s doctors: from ‘conversion’ to conversation on LGBT+ issues (Rosman, 2/4).

U.N. News: Libya: $202 million needed to bring life-saving aid to half a million people hit by humanitarian crisis (2/5).

Xinhua News: Nigeria records 41,000 cancer-related deaths in 2018: WHO (2/5).

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