More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: Myanmar floods force tens of thousands from homes (8/8).

Associated Press: U.N. food agency to boost aid for 4 Central American countries (8/9).

BBC News: Kenya’s new breast milk bank in bid to reduce infant mortality (Odhiambo/Panyanko, 8/9).

The BMJ: Malaria outbreak in Burundi reaches epidemic levels with 5.7 million infected this year (Lok/Dijk, 8/9).

Borgen Magazine: What U.S. Assistance Does in Central America (Blakeney, 8/9).

Financial Times: Australia and New Zealand to loosen abortion laws (Smyth, 8/8).

Nature: China approves ethics advisory group after CRISPR-babies scandal (Jia, 8/8).

SciDev.Net: Used malaria test kits ‘aid drug resistance testing’ (Otieno, 8/8).

STAT: New life of lab equipment makes science possible for researchers returning to their home countries (Cai, 8/9).

Xinhua News: Botswana’s first lady vows to fight HIV/AIDS amongst adolescents (8/9).

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