More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: Sri Lanka in bold bid to flush out open defecation (3/5).

Agence France-Presse: Survivor antibody clears path for new Ebola vaccine (3/4).

Agence France-Presse: Niger launches campaign to protect 6 mn children from meningitis (3/5).

Al Jazeera: Colombia border hospitals struggle with Venezuelan migrant influx (Grattan, 3/5).

CIDRAP News: Study highlights early pregnancy Zika microcephaly risk (Schnirring, 3/5).

Inter Press Service: First Asian Leprosy Assembly Calls for Greater Social Inclusion for the Affected (Paul, 3/3).

MedPage Today: Global Eradication of Cervical Cancer ‘Within Reach’ (Jenkins, 3/4).

PhilStar: Beyond the Dengvaxia scare: Complacency, devolution of health system also account for measles outbreak (Cabico, 3/6).

Reuters: MSF-run hospital develops 3D printed prosthetics for war victims (Shakhshir et al., 3/5).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Male ‘gender norms’ may contribute to higher death rates: U.N. report (Moloney, 3/5).

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