More News In Global Health
AP: Samoa measles epidemic worsens with 24 children now dead (Perry, 11/25).
AP: U.N. humanitarian chief calls for urgent int’l help to Sudan (11/25).
BBC: HIV in Pakistan: ‘Our children’s lives are at stake’ (11/25).
The Guardian: Living near busy road stunts children’s lung growth, study says (Laville, 11/25).
Health Policy Watch: Executive Director Of Unitaid Lelio Marmora Stepping Down In March 2020 (Ren, 11/22).
MedPage Today: A Third of Zika-Exposed Toddlers Face Developmental Delays (Walker, 11/24).
MedPage Today: Hookworm Vax Mostly Safe, Well-Tolerated in Early Trial (Walker, 11/23).
MedPage Today: Ebola Vax Seems to Work in Kids, Too (Walker, 11/23).
SciDev.Net: Q&A: Countries need to prioritize which SDGs to pursue (Deighton, 11/25).
New York Times: Air Pollution May Damage the Brain (Bakalar, 11/25).
New York Times: Pakistan Blames India for Its Air Pollution. Its Citizens Disagree (Abi-Habib/Masood, 11/22).
NPR: A Sip Of Morphine: Uganda’s Old-School Solution To A Shortage Of Painkillers (Aizenman, 11/25).
Reuters Health: Poor hand hygiene may be biggest transmitter of superbug E.coli (Chander, 11/22).
U.N. News: U.N. agencies ramp up Somalia measles and polio campaign (11/24).
Wall Street Journal: ‘Food Is the Ultimate Power’: Parched Countries Tap the Nile River Through Farms (Scheck et al., 11/24).
Wall Street Journal: Takeda’s Dengue Vaccine Shows Promise (McKay, 11/23).
Xinhua: ECA chief says Africa home to half of children die before 5 years old (11/24).
The KFF Daily Global Health Policy Report summarized news and information on global health policy from hundreds of sources, from May 2009 through December 2020. All summaries are archived and available via search.