More News In Global Health

Devex: Biggest U.K. aid organizations report gender pay gap in favor of men (Abrahams, 4/5).

Global Health NOW: 500 Million People Need Health Insurance? Call Indu Bhushan (Simpson, 4/3).

NPR: Advice To Parachuting Docs: Think Before You Jump Into Poor Countries (Silver, 4/4).

NPR: A Young Doctor Learns How Hard It Is To Give Health Care To Everyone (Matsui, 4/2).

Daily Princetonian: Former NIH director Harold Varmus speaks about how to improve worldwide health (Jiang, 4/5).

Reuters: Zambia withdraws military personnel deployed to fight cholera (Mfula, 4/4).

SciDev.Net: Reports of new HIV strain in the Philippines rejected (Arkin, 4/4).

STAT: Monkey study suggests Zika infection in infancy could cause brain damage (Branswell, 4/4).

STAT: SARS-like outbreak among pigs rekindles concerns virus could again strike humans (Branswell, 4/4).

Xinhua News: With world’s highest liver cancer rate, Mongolia fighting hepatitis (4/4).

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