More News In Global Health

Devex: Q&A: ‘Nothing could have prepared me for Cox’s Bazar,’ reproductive health expert says (Rogers, 1/29).

Malnutrition Deeply: Funding for Nutrition Only Comes During Emergencies: Save the Children (Byatnal, 1/26).

NPR: Africa Is Suffering A Silent Crisis Of Stroke (McDonnell, 1/26).

NPR: Rare Disease Finds Fertile Ground In Rohingya Refugee Camps (Beaubien, 1/27).

Reuters: UNICEF sees growing signs of malnutrition crisis in Venezuela (Miles, 1/26).

Reuters: How Sanofi’s setback could lead to better dengue vaccines (Steenhuysen, 1/29).

Reuters: South Sudan, facing humanitarian crisis, waives some fees for aid groups (Dumo et al., 1/29).

STAT: Gilead is accused of an ‘unethical’ access policy for an HIV prevention drug (Silverman, 1/26).

U.N. News Centre: ‘Enough is enough;’ world cannot become numb to killing of children, says top UNICEF official in Syria (1/26).

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