More News In Global Health

Associated Press/Dallas News: George W. Bush honors Bill and Melinda Gates in Dallas with leadership award (4/11).

The Lancet: Disease X and other unknowns (Honigsbaum, 4/13).

NPR: Chickenpox, The Latest Burden On The Rohingya Refugees (Beaubien, 4/11).

NPR: South Korean Court Strikes Down Decades-Old Abortion Ban (Gong, 4/12).

Quartz: An alarming kids’ health report shows cities must act now on traffic pollution (Timsit, 4/12).

Reuters: World Bank puts Mozambique’s economic losses from Cyclone Idai at up to $773 million (Rumney, 4/11).

Reuters: Disease outbreaks feared in Libya, as supplies stretched: WHO (Nebehay, 4/12).

VOA News: Malawi Deploys Mobile Clinics for Cyclone-Affected Children (Masina, 4/11).

Xinhua News: U.N., Iranian Red Crescent jointly aid victims of flood (4/12).

Xinhua News: U.N. releases emergency funds for life-saving assistance in Sudan (4/12).

Xinhua News: Tibet establishes HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment association (4/11).

Xinhua News: Kenya roots for quality health systems to overcome disease burden (4/11).

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