More News In Global Health

Devex: India aims to eliminate TB by 2025 (Seiff/Cousins, 3/15).

Quartz: A new test can diagnose malaria in under two minutes — without taking blood (Makri, 3/13).

Reuters Health: Birth defect rate pegged at 7 percent for babies born to Zika-infected women (Emery, 3/14).

U.N. News: U.N. aid chief urges international support to tackle ‘spiraling humanitarian needs’ in DR Congo (3/14).

U.S. News & World Report: Air Pollution Linked to Fetal Brain Development Problems (Levy, 3/14).

Wall Street Journal: China’s Notorious Family Planning Agency Fades Into History (Qi/Wang, 3/15).

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