More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: Women with HIV abused by partners, rejected by society (Roache, 2/25).

Deutsche Welle: Dengue vaccine controversy sparks panic in Philippines (Santos, 2/23).

Devex: The rocky road toward disease eradication (Anders/Mihara, 2/26).

Intellectual Property Watch: CARB-X Announces 2018 Round Of Funding For Antibacterial Research (2/23).

NPR: No One’s Quite Sure Why Lassa Fever Is On The Rise (Wilhelm, 2/23).

NPR: How One Country Drastically Cut Its Newborn Death Rate (Aizenman, 2/25).

Reuters: South Sudan food survey sees 155,000 in famine within months (Miles, 2/26).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: India TB survivor helps patients tackle society, sex, and stigma (Srivastava, 2/26).

Xinhua News: Aid agencies decry decision to encourage FGM in Somaliland (2/25).

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