More News In Global Health

Baltimore Sun: University of Maryland virus institute to lead $100 million effort to track HIV programs in Nigeria (McDaniels, 4/17).

Deutsche Welle: Philippines: Reported HIV subtype is treatable, says UNAIDS official (Santos, 4/17).

Devex: Short-term private investment impacts sustainable development, U.N. report finds (Lieberman, 4/17).

Global Health NOW: Palliative Pain Relief Woefully Inadequate Worldwide (Sutherland, 4/17).

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty: Russian Government Drafts Bill To Fight AIDS Denial (4/16).

Reuters: Britain says regrets role in anti-gay laws among former colonies (James, 4/17).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Malaria in conflict zones threatens global progress against the disease (Peyton, 4/17).

U.N. News: U.N. agency launches appeal to reach over 340,000 with assistance in crisis-struck Ukraine (4/17).

U.N. News: U.N. deputy aid chief shines light on plight of 400,000 Rohingya still inside Myanmar (4/17).

U.N. News: Syria: Sustained fighting taking ‘enormous’ toll on civilians, U.N. aid chief tells Security Council (4/17).

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