More News In Global Health

NPR: Pioneering HIV Researcher Mathilde Krim Remembered For Her Activism (Neighmond, 1/17).

Reuters: Gunmen in Pakistan kill two women working to eradicate polio (Yousafzai, 1/18).

Reuters: India plans to raise health spending by 11 percent in budget; less than requested (Kalra, 1/18).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Toothpaste ingredient could fight malaria, research shows (Kelland, 1/18).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: FEATURE-Down to business: Drought-hit Kenyan women trade their way out of poverty (Rioba, 1/18).

STAT: PhRMA is angered by Colombia’s move to cut prices for hepatitis C drugs (Silverman, 1/16).

U.N. News Centre: Intensified fighting across Syria having ‘devastating’ impact on civilians, warn U.N. agencies (1/17).

U.N. News Centre: World cannot stand idle as millions in DR Congo ‘suffer in silence,’ says U.N. agency (1/17).

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