More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: In Afghanistan, conspiracy theories fuel polio outbreak (6/14).

Agence France-Presse: Indian doctors to go on strike over workplace assaults (6/14).

The Guardian: ‘I’ll never have another child’: the mothers failed by Mexico’s hospitals (Lakhani, 6/17).

Health Policy Watch: New Resource Gateway Launched On Innovation & Access To Medicines (Fletcher, 6/14).

Health Policy Watch: New Drug Transparency Observatory Launched In France (Branigan, 6/13).

Health Policy Watch: The Global Malaria Response: Extending The Reach Of Primary Health Care, Expanding Coverage Towards UHC (Branigan, 6/12).

Health Policy Watch: Interview With Seth Berkley, CEO Of Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance (New, 6/11).

New Humanitarian: A loan, not a gift: Merging business and aid in Afghanistan (Glinski, 6/17).

NPR: Countries Are Ranked On Everything From Health To Happiness. What’s The Point? (Gharib, 6/14).

U.N. News: Yemen: maternal and newborn health ‘on the brink of total collapse,’ UNICEF alerts (6/14).

Xinhua News: Dengue fever cases double 5-year average from Jan. to June in Thailand (6/15).

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