More News In Global Health

BBC: Zimbabwe doctors end strike after billionaire’s offer (1/22).

CIDRAP News: WHO calls antibiotic pipeline insufficient (Dall, 1/22).

Devex: In Nigeria, there is no quick fix for antibiotic abuse (Adepoju, 1/23).

The Guardian: Millions at risk after toxins found in Harare water supply, study finds (Chingono, 1/22).

New York Times: Smokers Should Quit at Least 4 Weeks Before Surgery, WHO says (Jacobs, 1/22).

PTI/The Week: Tax reforms can bridge public financing shortfall: UNAIDS (1/22).

Reuters: Paraguay’s President Abdo contracts dengue fever amid outbreak (Cristaldo, 1/22).

U.N. News: U.N. chief outlines solutions to defeat ‘four horsemen’ threatening our global future (1/22).

U.N. News: Rising inequality affecting more than two-thirds of the globe, but it’s not inevitable: new U.N. report (1/21).

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