More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Mexican state becomes 2nd jurisdiction to legalize abortion (9/25).

BBC: The tiny kingdom fighting an epidemic (Ro, 9/26).

Reuters: Health workers aim to save lives of mothers and babies with smartphone data (Kelland, 9/25).

Reuters: Liberian hospital patients turned away as medical strike bites (Toweh et al., 9/25).

SciDev.Net: World leaders sign historic declaration on universal health coverage (Arkin, 9/25).

STAT: A devastating illness rocked Uganda, then disappeared. Disabled children — and a mystery — remain (Corley/Mbabazi, 9/26).

VOA: WFP: Zimbabwe Facing Worst Food Insecurity in Memory (Mavhunga, 9/25).

Washington Post: Shuping Wang, whistleblower who exposed China’s HIV/AIDS crisis, dies at 59 (Langer, 9/25).

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