More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: Inadequate health facilities failing Mozambique’s mothers (Marima, 5/14).

Al Jazeera: Angola drought: Millions at risk of starvation (Mutasa, 5/14).

Al Jazeera: ‘No other option’: Climate change driving many to flee Guatemala (Abbott, 5/13).

Associated Press: U.N. humanitarian chief says 4.3 million in Cameroon need aid (Lederer, 5/13).

The Guardian: China ‘failing trans people’ as young attempt surgery on themselves — study (McVeigh, 5/10).

Homeland Preparedness News: TB Alliance awarded grant for development of two clinical stage TB drugs (Galford, 5/13).

NPR: Why It’s So Hard To Stop Women From Sleeping In A Menstrual Shed (Preiss, 5/13).

NPR: A Very Happy Viral Video With A Sad Backstory (Kumar/Noori, 5/10).

Reuters Health: With cancer rates rising worldwide, oncologist shortage predicted (Carroll, 5/13).

SciDev.Net: Venezuela struggles to halt measles epidemic (Núñez, 5/13).

Wall Street Journal: How a Chinese Scientist Broke the Rules to Create the First Gene-Edited Babies (Rana, 5/10).

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