More News In Global Health

AFP: Iran HIV protests: 300 infections from one needle called ‘statistically inconceivable’ (10/8).

Al Jazeera: Yemen fuel shortage: health concerns rise as rubbish piles up (al-Attab, 10/9).

Associated Press: Save the Children warns of cholera spike in Yemen’s north (10/9).

Becker’s Hospital Review: Bill Gates: Funding scientific innovation would end malnutrition, malaria by 2040 (Park, 10/8).

Devex: Q&A: Primary care — a prerequisite to achieving UHC? (Beste, 10/8).

DW: Can sex education defuse Pakistan’s population crisis? (Jillani, 10/8).

Reuters: Sudan has received half of $3bln aid promised by Saudi and UAE (Eltahir, 10/8).

SciDev.Net: Zika known for abnormal small heads ‘found in Africa’ (Owings, 10/8).

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