More News In Global Health

BBC: Venezuela crisis forced José abroad to access HIV drugs (Smith, 1/30).

Engadget: Microsoft backs AI in healthcare with a $40 million program (Fingas, 1/29).

The Guardian: Landmark case held on alleged sexual abuse of Ecuadorian schoolgirl (Hodal, 1/29).

The Guardian: ‘She can’t say no’: the Ugandan men demanding to be breastfed (Hunt, 1/28).

Homeland Preparedness News: Nuclear Threat Initiative CEO urges reduction of biological threat risk (Druga, 1/29).

The Lancet Infectious Diseases: Preparing for yellow fever vaccination (Devi, February 2020)

The Lancet Infectious Diseases: WHO celebrates 40 years since eradication of smallpox (Kirby, February 2020).

The Lancet Infectious Diseases: Gender disparities in neglected tropical diseases (Burki, February 2020).

Reuters: Amid malnutrition, crop diseases pose threat to Venezuela food supplies (Sequera et al., 1/29).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: As threats rise, African scientists delve into climate change health impacts (Peyton, 1/29).

U.N. News: End Syria fighting to avoid ‘even greater humanitarian catastrophe’ (1/29).

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