More News In Global Health

Borgen Magazine: Collateral Damage — Attacks on Health Care (Flanagan, 3/27).

CIDRAP News: Resistance genes in wastewater shown to mirror clinical resistance (Dall, 3/27).

Daily Princetonian: Q&A with Dr. Raj Panjabi, CEO of Last Mile Health (Patwari, 3/27).

The Guardian: Kenya steps up AIDS battle as building starts on $100m drug factory (Njeru, 3/28).

The Lancet Infectious Diseases: Measles: a global resurgence (Cousins, 4/1).

The Lancet Infectious Diseases: Progress and challenges of Lassa fever control in Nigeria (Adepoju, 4/1).

NPR: Is It Time To Rethink The Fly-In Medical Mission? (Silberner, 3/27).

U.N. News: Asia-Pacific showing ‘decisive leadership’ on road to 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, deputy U.N. chief tells key forum (3/27).

U.N. News: Forced pregnancy in Italy violated ‘woman’s human right to health,’ U.N. experts rule (3/27).

Xinhua News: Over 16,000 Ethiopians die due to HIV/AIDS every year: study (3/27).

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