More News In Global Health

Bloomberg Businessweek: How Booming Population Is Challenging Africa (Cohen et al., 5/17).

Cour d’Alene Press: Advocates Hope for Idaho Support for Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Coles, 5/16).

Devex: Q&A: How to change isolationist attitudes for SDG progress (Root, 5/16).

The Guardian: Wellcome Trust investing £80m in snakebite treatment (Boseley, 5/15).

The Guardian: Pakistan doctor held after 437 children diagnosed with HIV (Safi/Baloch, 5/17).

Infectious Disease Advisor: WHO Releases HCV Policy Brief for People Who Inject Drugs (May, 5/16).

The Lancet: Low-cost pneumonia vaccine breaks into global market (Usher, 5/18).

Scientific American: Could a Single Live Vaccine Protect against a Multitude of Diseases? (June 2019).

The Telegraph: ‘Island of Widows’: The mystery disease killing sugarcane workers around the world (Hunt, 5/15).

U.N. News: ‘Starvation’ now a reality for displaced Syrians stranded in camp near Jordanian border (5/16).

Xinhua News: Uganda strives to scale back new HIV infections to meet global targets (5/17).

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