More News In Global Health

CIDRAP News: Malaria in pregnancy now complicated by drug resistance (Soucheray, 1/31).

The Guardian: Global use of mosquito nets for fishing ‘endangering humans and wildlife’ (Carrington, 1/31).

NPR: What’s The 5-Year-Survival Rate For Cancer Patients Around The World? (Silver, 1/30).

Reuters: Exclusive: With Roman law doctrine, India moves to stub out tobacco industry rights (Kalra, 1/31).

Reuters: Namibia reports first cholera case after deadly outbreak in Zambia (Nyaungwa, 1/31).

SciDev.Net: African institutions to get a year’s free R&D publicity (Otieno, 1/31).

Scientific American: Can Crowdsourcing and Collaboration Improve the Future of Human Health? (Wiegand, 1/31).

STAT: Not just Zika: Other mosquito-borne viruses may cause birth defects, study suggests (Joseph, 1/31).

U.N. News Centre: South-East Asia region aims to close immunity gap, wipe out measles by 2020 — U.N. health agency (1/31).

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