More News In Global Health

The Guardian: ‘I don’t live any more’: Zika takes a heavy toll on families in Brazil (Phillips, 2/5).

The Guardian: India’s sanitary towel hero Pad Man bound for Bollywood glory (Waheed, 2/3).

NPR: A Crowd Is Waiting For A Cervical Cancer Clinic On Wheels (Roemer, 2/4).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Mobile app mapping free condoms set up to help fight HIV in Philippines (Yi, 2/2).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: ‘Heartwrenching’ study shows FGM prevalent among India’s Bohra sect (Batha, 2/5).

VOA News: Mass Diphtheria Vaccination Campaign Set to Begin in Yemen (Schlein, 2/3).

VOA News: Unrest Deprives Thousands of Children of Polio Vaccine in Afghanistan (Habibzada, 2/4).

Wall Street Journal: Mathilde Krim Rallied Scientific World and High Society for the Fight Against AIDS (Hagerty, 2/2).

Washington Post: The Islamic State’s toxic farewell: Environmental sabotage and chronic disease (El-Ghobashy/Warrick, 2/4).

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