More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Cholera is surging once again in war-ravaged Yemen (Al-Haj, 4/5).

Borgen Magazine: Solving the Afghanistan Food Crisis (Fatima, 4/5).

Homeland Preparedness News: International studies suggest combining data could improve malaria tracking (Galford, 4/4).

The Lancet: Providing care for trans women with HIV/AIDS in Peru (Fraser, 4/6).

New Humanitarian: As casualties soar, Afghanistan struggles to treat civilians maimed by conflict (Glinski, 4/4).

SciDev.Net: Window screens ‘could reduce global malaria burden’ (Yvonne, 4/5).

Xinhua News: Cameroon sees drop in HIV/AIDS prevalence (4/4).

Xinhua News: Interview: A.U. health agency hails China’s efforts in African health sector (4/4).

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