More News In Global Health

BBC: Sudan scraps apostasy law and alcohol ban for non-Muslims (7/12).

Devex: The power of choice: Ensuring access to family planning in the COVID-19 era (7/13).

Devex: Q&A: How data can stop women from going hungry (Castell, 7/13).

IPS: How Senegal Is Providing Reproductive Health Services To Those Who Can Least Afford It (Bhandari, 7/14).

Mother Jones: The Selfish and Unselfish Case for Sending Scientists and Doctors Abroad (Butler, 7/13).

Scientific American: Babies’ Mysterious Resilience to Coronavirus Intrigues Scientists (Hall, 7/14).

STAT: FDA refuses application for HIV drug from CytoDyn, raising more questions about its credibility (Feuerstein, 7/13).

STAT: Pharma trade group scolds Gilead again for misleading information about a rival HIV drug (Silverman, 7/13).

Washington Post: Flossie Wong-Staal, pioneering HIV/AIDS researcher, dies at 73 (Langer, 7/13).

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