More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: ‘Fake’ doctor accused of infecting 46 Indians with HIV arrested (2/7).

Associated Press: AP Exclusive: AP finds food used as weapon against Rohingya (Klug, 2/8).

Business Day: Gates has an audacious battle plan to fight malaria (Cohen, 2/8).

Deutsche Welle: Dengue: risks and side effects of the world’s first vaccine (Märzhäuser, 2/7).

Devex: DFID’s economic development work failing to include women, watchdog says (Edwards, 2/8).

IRIN: Afghan attacks force aid rethink, leave local NGOs more exposed (Arsalai/Khan, 2/8).

Quartz: Only a handful of countries are backing a life-saving HIV prevention drug (Foley, 2/7).

Science: How a surging stockpile of vaccines could help conquer cholera (Kupferschmidt, 2/7).

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