More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Correction: WHO Travel story (Cheng, 5/21).

Bloomberg: Somalia Needs $710 Million in Humanitarian Aid, U.N. Says (Ahmed, 5/21).

The Economist: The global battle over high drug prices (5/21).

Financial Times: Health threat to migrant workers revealed in new study (Dodd, 5/21).

Globe and Mail: Canadian scientists create stable, affordable way to transport fragile vaccines (Anderssen, 5/21).

NPR: Medical Investigation: How Did 494 Children In One Pakistani City Get HIV? (Samad, 5/21).
The Telegraph: ‘Unprecedented’ HIV outbreak infects hundreds of young children in Pakistan (Farmer, 5/21).

STAT: Inspired by breath strips, scientists break away from needing a ‘cold chain’ to deliver vaccines (Cooney, 5/21).

UPI: Watchdog: 10,000 Russians dying annually from HIV (Hughes, 5/20).

Washington Post: An American pastor reportedly gave ‘miracle water’ to Ugandans. It was bleach (Weber, 5/22).

Xinhua News: U.N. chief calls for more cohesive, integrated U.N. development system (5/22).

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