More News In Global Health
ABC: Poo and polio: How researchers are using one to find the other (Kearney, 2/21).
Agence France-Presse: Desperate measures: Pakistani women seek abortions as birth control (2/18).
BMJ: Lassa outbreak: WHO warns of unusually rapid spread in Nigeria (Dyer, 2/19).
Devex: New coalition harnesses ‘radical collaboration’ for community health (Cheney, 2/18).
The Guardian: Study of Brazil favela stricken by Zika shows dengue may protect against virus (Phillips, 2/18).
Nature: Faster, better, cheaper: the rise of CRISPR in disease detection (Maxmen, 2/19).
Popular Science: Children suffer more from air pollution, but our policies don’t reflect that (Wetsman, 2/20).
Quartz: An anti-vax religious group apologized for its role in a major measles outbreak in Japan (Steger, 2/21).
Reuters: ‘Two is enough,’ Egypt tells poor families as population booms (Masri, 2/20).
SciDev.Net: Rapid drug-resistant TB tests needed to cut deaths (Odhiambo, 2/20).
The Telegraph: New cholera tracking tool could provide more accurate picture of outbreaks (Newey, 2/20).
The Telegraph: Clamor for vaccines as measles outbreak kills nearly 1,000 children in Madagascar (Blomfield, 2/20).
The Telegraph: ‘Reborn’ typhoid vaccine to be introduced in Zimbabwe in a bid to halt drug resistance (Gulland, 2/19).
U.N. News: Biggest ever U.N. aid delivery in Syria provides relief to desperate civilians (2/15).
Xinhua News: Cambodia sees zero death from malaria for 1st time last year (2/20).
Xinhua News: Kenya urges Africa to reinforce surveillance on malaria drug resistance (2/15).
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.