More News In Global Health
Al Jazeera: Libya: Attack on field hospital near Tripoli kills five doctors (7/28).
Associated Press: Africa’s booming cities face a severe toilet crisis (Muhuzuma, 7/27).
Borgen Magazine: Obesity in Mexico (McClurg, 7/27).
CNBC: Rising temperatures will put 1 billion more people at risk of infectious disease, Morgan Stanley warns (Stevens, 7/27).
Devex: Uzbekistan tests innovative financing model for hepatitis (Root, 7/29).
Dawn/HuffPost: An HIV Outbreak Hit One Of Pakistan’s Poorest Districts — And Infected Over 700 Children (Jajja, 7/26).
Fox News: Women plastic surgeons in Africa leading charge against most underreported health epidemic impacting males (McKay, 7/27).
Health Policy Watch: React Africa 2019: Universal Health Coverage Can Help Combat Antimicrobial Resistance (Kamadi, 7/25).
NPR: How To Bring Cancer Care To The World’s Poorest Children (Adams, 7/26).
PRI: From measles to the flu, more Turkish parents are saying no to vaccines (Neumann, 7/26).
SciDev.Net: Feces to fertilizer: innovations to solve the world’s toilets crisis (Vesper, 7/26).
The Telegraph: Fears over Muslim parents withdrawing children from ‘non-halal’ flu vaccine (Gardner, 7/28).
USA TODAY: A teeny-tiny arm implant could, one day, prevent HIV for a full year (Hines, 7/26).
VOA News: Consistency Key to Fighting Malaria With Insecticide-Treated Bed Nets (Hensley, 7/26).
Xinhua News: Viral hepatitis epidemic effectively controlled in China: official (7/27).
The KFF Daily Global Health Policy Report summarized news and information on global health policy from hundreds of sources, from May 2009 through December 2020. All summaries are archived and available via search.