More News In Global Health

Associated Press: U.K. opens inquiry into tainted-blood scandal that killed 2,400 (4/30).

Becker’s Hospital Review: Editorial: Vaccine hesitancy threatens ‘historical achievements’ in infectious disease fight (Vaidya, 4/29).

Devex: Devexplains: Vaccine hesitancy (Ravelo, 4/30).

Devex: Q&A: How local pharmaceutical production can improve access to quality medicines (4/30).

Bloomberg News: China Fines a Hospital for Administering Potentially Fake Vaccines (4/29).

Devex: Q&A: Why innovation in eye care is still critical (4/29).

Devex: Partnering for health security in the Indo-Pacific (Cornish, 4/24).

Homeland Preparedness News: International team gains NIH grant for mass test of anti-malaria drug (Galford, 4/26).

The Lancet Infectious Diseases: Tuberculosis mortality targets off-track (Burki, May 2019).

The Lancet Infectious Diseases: Corruption is an ‘ignored pandemic’ (Burki, May 2019).

U.N. News: Some 300,000 Venezuelan children in Colombia need humanitarian assistance; UNICEF looks to boost response funding (4/29).

Xinhua News: Int’l meetings held in Geneva on human health, environment (4/30).

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