More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Nigeria reports record high Lassa fever cases with 317 (2/28).

CIDRAP News: Brazilian yellow fever cases circle major cities (Soucheray, 2/28).

Devex: Q&A: Tackling poor-quality medicines to prevent AMR (3/1).

NPR: A Secretive Sect Opens A Debate On Female Genital Mutilation (Hadid, 2/28).

St. Louis Public Radio: Science journalists Jon Cohen, Carl Gierstorfer explain how, why diseases spread (Hamdan, 2/28).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Latin America teen pregnancy rate ‘unacceptably high’: U.N. (Moloney, 2/28).

U.N. News: Airstrikes, shelling continue in Syria despite Security Council’s ceasefire call — top U.N. officials (2/28).

U.N. News: Top U.N. aid official calls for urgent support for Chad (2/28).

VOA News: Dengue Fever Vaccine Causing Panic, Political Strife in Philippines (Jennings, 2/28).

Xinhua News: Kenya launches guidelines for treatment of Kala-azar disease (2/28).

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