More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: Yemen risks ‘massive resurgence’ of cholera: Oxfam (4/19).

Bloomberg: Cholera Hits Kenyan Capital on Shortage of Clean Water: Report (Doya, 4/20).

The Guardian: ‘The harder you look the more you find’: Nepal’s hidden leprosy (Ratcliffe, 4/22).

Health Policy Watch: DNDi: ‘Bench-To-Bedside’ Approach Needed For Drug & Vaccine Response To Global Health Crises (Fletcher, 4/18).

Homeland Preparedness News: New study suggests mass drug administrations to protect against malaria (Galford, 4/19).

New York Times: The Revolutionary Force Behind Sudan’s Protest Movement? Doctors (Goldstein, 4/20).

The Telegraph: No fly in the ointment: the lotion protecting women and children from malaria (Newey, 4/20).

VOA News: Measles Could Be Eradicated. Instead, It’s Making A Comeback (Pearson, 4/22).

VOA News: IRC Urges New Approach to Malnutrition in S. Sudan (Van Dam, 4/19).

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