More News In Global Health
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).
The KFF Daily Global Health Policy Report summarized news and information on global health policy from hundreds of sources, from May 2009 through December 2020. All summaries are archived and available via search.
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