More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse/Medical Xpress: Novartis to inject $100 mn into malaria drug research (4/17).

Associated Press: Nobel laureate blasts East Timor’s failure against poverty (Raimundos, 4/17).

BBC News: ‘Malaria killed my daughter, I’m protecting others now’ (Smith, 4/17).

CNN: Malaria parasites present in 23% of donor blood in some African countries, study suggests (Senthilingam, 4/16).

Devex: Aid workers must step up to stop ISIS discrimination in IDP camps (Welsh, 4/17).

Global Health NOW: Focus on Lives Transformed, Trust Those Closest to the Problem, and Restricted Funding Is “Bad Tequila” (Myers, 4/16).

PRI: Ireland’s strict ban on abortion could soon be a thing of the past (Bell, 4/16).

Reuters: Conditions worsening for Rohingya in Cox’s Bazar ahead of rains (Nebehay, 4/16).

SciDev.Net: Q&A: How to achieve universal health coverage in Africa (Rateng’, 4/16).

Science: Malaria infection creates a ‘human perfume’ that makes us more attractive to mosquitoes (Cornwall, 4/16).

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