More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: WHO: Deadly plague breaks out on Uganda-Congo border (3/14).

Borgen Magazine: The Road to Defeating Rotavirus Diarrhea (O’Brien, 3/17).

Devex: Inside the largest hub for global humanitarian medical aid in the U.S. (Cheney, 3/18).

Health Policy Watch: DNDi-led Study Finds Safer, Shorter Treatment For Debilitating Chagas Disease (Schlesinger, 3/15).

Health Policy Watch: UNAIDS Urges Worldwide Reform Of Drug Policies — Links To HIV Prevention, Human Rights (Fletcher, 3/14).

Health Policy Watch: Global Health Benefits Of Reaching Climate, Environment Targets Could Be US$ 54.1 Trillion — Says U.N. Report (Branigan, 3/12)

Homeland Preparedness News: Mosquito-killing drug found to effectively combat malaria among children (Galford, 3/15).

NPR: The Risks Of A Cesarean Section (Singh, 3/17).

SciDev.Net: Environmental degradation threat to health, says U.N. (Nakweya, 3/18).

Science: Curing HIV just got more complicated. Can CRISPR help? (Cohen, 3/15).

STAT: An AIDS therapy involving parasite injections was discredited. China is reviving it — for cancer (Qiu, 3/18).

Xinhua News: At least 12 died, over 4,000 infected due to cholera outbreak in Sanaa, Yemen (3/18).

Xinhua News: S. Africans with TB symptoms urged to get tested, treated (3/16).

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