More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: What’s the cure for misinformation on vaccines? (Ahelbarra, 9/13).

BBC: Which countries have banned pesticides used in suicide? (9/15).

DW: Big Pharma nixes new drugs despite impending ‘antibiotic apocalypse’ (Schumacher, 9/14).

The Telegraph: The greatest threat was in the lab, says the scientist who co-discovered Ebola (Newey, 9/16).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: FEATURE — Armed with tech tools, Colombian cities combat mosquito-borne diseases (Moloney, 9/16).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: FEATURE — Kathmandu battles new threat as temperatures rise: dengue fever (Subedi, 9/14).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Indonesia inches closer to outlawing child marriage (Yi, 9/13).

Xinhua: Cholera vaccination campaign launched in Yemen’s Sanaa (9/15).

Xinhua: Feature: Hunger kills Yemen’s children in silence, no one hears (Mohammed, 9/14).

Xinhua: Lawmaker urges firms to lower cost of medicines to help end TB epidemic in Africa (9/13).

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.

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