More News In Global Health

ABC News: PNG’s population is booming, but many women remain under intense pressure to have babies (Whiting, 10/26).

CNBC: Can we predict the future? Bill Gates says yes, in this one area (Locke, 10/25).

Devex: Q&A: Should Ebola care be integrated into DRC’s public health system? (Root, 10/28).

Devex: Tough choices for low-income countries on road to UHC (Lieberman, 10/28).

Economic Times: Immunization is one of the most cost-effective interventions in public health: Christopher J. Elias (Akhter, 10/27).

Health Policy Watch: WHO Launches Digital Health Action Plan To Guide Expert Group’s Work (Ren, 10/25).

Newsweek: Gates Foundation, NIH Bet On Gene Therapy To Bring Cheap HIV And Sickle Cell Cures To Sub-Saharan Africa (Moyler, 10/25).

NPR: UNICEF’s Top Syria Official: ‘We Have Witnessed Huge Amounts Of Distress’ Among Kids (McDonnell, 10/25).

Xinhua: Health alliance calls for global efforts on chronic respiratory diseases (10/28).

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