More News In Global Health

CIDRAP News: DRC reports 2 new Ebola cases; study notes seroprevalence in region (Schnirring, 3/13).

CIDRAP News: MERS-CoV infects 2 more in Saudi Arabia, 102 this year (Schnirring, 3/12).

The Guardian: Fake drugs kill more than 250,000 children a year, doctors warn (Sample, 3/11).

Nature: Nearly half of global childhood cancer cases go undiagnosed (Oakes, 3/13).

New York Times: A Flurry of Ideas to Reverse China’s Declining Birthrate, but Will Beijing Listen? (Myers et al., 3/13).

Quartz: China is staring down a very expensive heart disease problem (Purdy, 3/13).

Reuters: Botswana court to hear case against criminalization of gay sex (Benza, 3/14).

U.N. News: Around 260,000 children in DR Congo’s Kasai region suffering severe acute malnutrition (3/13).

U.N. News: Syrians still living on ‘razor edge’ as U.N. launches $8.8 billion dollar appeal (3/13).

Washington Post: Measles cases are surging worldwide. In some European schools, that means banning unvaccinated children (Noack, 3/13).

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