More News In Global Health

BBC: Life after Ebola (Cunningham, 2/19).

Devex: UN to development community: Think urban for the SDGs (Scruggs, 2/16).

The Lancet: Yemeni health under relentless pressure (Devi, 2/17).

The Lancet: End of a cholera epidemic in South Sudan declared (Burki, 2/17).

New York Times: Lassa Fever Erupts in Nigeria (McNeil, 2/16).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: FEATURE-A side effect of tuberculosis in India: crippling debt (Nagaraj, 2/20).

Washington Post: Brazil battles yellow fever — and a ‘dangerous’ anti-vaccination campaign (Kaiser, 2/18).

Xinhua: Number of polio cases declines in Pakistan due to gov’t efforts (2/16).

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