More News In Global Health

ABC News: A documentary about menstruation won an Oscar. Here’s what the director of ‘Period. End of Sentence.’ wants to happen next (Kindelan, 2/26).

CBC News: Tuberculosis is not just a ‘disease of the past,’ says Doctors Without Borders (2/26).

CIDRAP News: WHO says 2 events boosted Saudi hospital MERS outbreak (Soucheray, 2/26).

Devex: The unexpected frontline detectors of poor vision (Root, 2/27).

Forbes: As Expected The U.N. Delays Voting On Cannabis (Somerset, 2/26).

The Guardian: Vaccine skepticism grows in line with rise of populism — study (Boseley, 2/25).

NPR: From Trailers To Tents: What Happens To Leftover Aid Supplies? (Lu, 2/26).

VOA News: U.N., ICRC Address Sexual, Gender-Based Violence in Conflict Situations (Schlein, 2/25).

WIRED: Polio Is Nearly Wiped Out — Unless Some Lab Tech Screws Up (Scoles, 2/26).

Xinhua News: Dengue cases in Brazil rise 149 pct in 2019 (2/27).

Xinhua News: WHO condemns violence against health workers in Iraq (2/26).

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