More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: Over 600 people test HIV positive in Pakistan city (Jaffry, 5/26).

Agence France-Presse: Malaria back with a vengeance in crisis-hit Venezuela (5/25).

Al Jazeera: Years of war and poverty take toll on Afghanistan’s health care (Latifi, 5/25).

BBC News: Working the night shift on malaria’s frontline in Sierra Leone (Myles/Jewell, 5/27).

Devex: Big tobacco, global health, and the limits of shared value (Igoe, 5/25).

New York Times: Pope Francis Says Abortion, Even of a Sick Fetus, Is Like Hiring a ‘Hitman’ (Horowitz, 5/25).

New York Times: Half of HIV Patients Are Women. Most Research Subjects Are Men (Mandavilli, 5/28).

Quartz: The current global measles outbreak, mapped (Foley, 5/25).

Reuters: WHO sees high risk as polio breaks out in Central African Republic (Miles, 5/28).

The Telegraph: Scientists discover compound that tackles antibiotic-resistant bugs (Gulland, 5/28).

U.N. News: Around 600,000 Afghan children face death through malnutrition without emergency funds: UNICEF (5/24).

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