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BloombergQuint: Why Unmonitored Pill-Induced Abortions Are A Big Threat To Women’s Health In India (2/22).

Business Insider: Bill Gates’ warning to anti-vaxxers: People in rich countries will die because they aren’t getting measles shots (Brueck, 2/26).

New York Times: Ireland Diagnosed Record Number of HIV Infections in 2018, Health Data Suggests (O’Loughlin, 2/25).

Popular Science: We need to police gene editing. The World Health Organization agrees (Eschner, 2/25).

Reuters: Rise of drug-resistant superbugs rings alarm bells in Europe (Kelland, 2/26).

SciDev.Net: Billions at risk from heat stress at home (Bagcchi, 2/25).

STAT: ‘Incredible mind, incredible heart’: After decades fighting Ebola, a beloved expert hangs up his boots (Branswell, 2/26).

Xinhua News: Experts call for efforts to eradicate Africa’s health care perils, commend China’s support (2/25).

Xinhua News: Chinese embassy in South Sudan donates anti-malaria drugs (2/25).

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