More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Chinese company in vaccine scandal declared bankrupt (11/8).

CNN: First native Zika cases in Europe confirmed as experts warn climate change could bring more (Picheta, 11/7).

Homeland Preparedness News: KSU-developed model accurately predicted Ebola spread into Uganda (Galford, 11/7).

IPS: Nearly Half of Nepali Children Still Malnourished (Awale, 11/8).

New Times: Kagame: We can’t afford setbacks in health sector (Bizimungu, 11/8).

SciDev.Net: ‘Game-changing’ TB vaccine shows promise in trials (Ogema, 11/7).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Factbox: Virginity testing — a ritual from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe (Furneaux, 11/7).

Xinhua: SADC calls for implementation of U.N.’s declaration on universal health coverage (11/8).

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