More News In Global Health
Al Jazeera: Rwanda’s front line health supporters (Santoshini, 12/12).
The Economist: Tuberculosis kills more people than any other pathogenic illness (12/14).
ET HealthWorld: On Universal Health Coverage Day, India pledges to keep the promise (12/12).
Forbes: For Haiti, Victory Is in Sight in Fight Against Cholera (Buechner, 12/12).
Homeland Preparedness News: Partnership proposes $2.6B to stop, treat tuberculosis (Kovaleski, 12/12).
Newsweek: Smallpox Was Eradicated 40 Years Ago, So Why Are The U.S. And Russia Still Holding Stocks Of The Virus? (Gander, 12/13).
New York Times: In Pakistan Hospital, It Was Lawyers vs. Doctors. 3 Patients Died (Masood, 12/12).
NPR: A New HIV Vaccine Effort With A Different Kind Of Strategy (Huang, 12/12).
Reuters: Scientists home in on potential treatments for deadly Nipah virus (Kelland, 12/12).
Reuters: GSK’s ViiV seeks marketing license for baby-friendly HIV pill (Kelland, 12/13).
U.N. News: Unprecedented humanitarian crisis in Mali revealed in new report (12/12).
Wired: The War on Polio Just Entered Its Most Dangerous Phase (McKenna, 12/12).
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.
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