More News In Global Health

ABC RN Breakfast: The end of epidemics (Kelly, 3/20).

Associated Press: Fake Hepatitis B vaccines found at Ugandan health facilities (3/19).

Devex: Progressing the SDGs: What are the barriers and solutions to national implementation? (Cornish, 3/19).

Devex: Challenging terrain slows Papua New Guinea earthquake response (Rogers, 3/19).

The Economist: Non-antibiotic drugs promote antibiotic resistance (3/19).

Global Health NOW: Live from New York, It’s #CUGH2018! (Simpson/Myers, 3/15).

Global Press Journal: Ugandan Mothers Opt for Traditional Birth Attendants Despite Risks, Illegality (Segawa, 3/18).

The Guardian: Life without toilets: the photographer tackling a global taboo (Bruce/Beaumont, 3/19).

New York Times: Palliative Care Film Challenges Stereotypes About Opioids (McNeil, 3/16).

NPR: Nigeria Faces Mystifying Spike In Deadly Lassa Fever (Beaubien, 3/19).

U.N. News: Lebanon: U.N. humanitarian fund to step up support for the most vulnerable (3/19).

U.N. News: Thousands suffering amid harrowing conditions in east Ghouta and Afrin — U.N. (3/19).

Vox: Melinda Gates on diversity in tech, ending malaria, and the problems money can’t solve (Klein, 3/19).

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