More News In Global Health

EURACTIV: Whose aid is it anyway? (Fox, 4/18).

Financial Times: How close are we to defeating malaria? (Symon/Jack, 4/18).

Global Health NOW: Opiophobia and High Costs: Untangling the Barriers to Palliative Care (Sutherland, 4/17).

The Guardian: From cattle herder to big pharma expert: one man’s fight to end malaria — podcast (Lamble et al., 4/18).

NPR: Chasing A New Way To Prevent HIV: Passive Immunization (Knox, 4/18).

Reuters: Congo government setting up fund to manage all aid donations (Mwarabu et al., 4/18).

SciDev.Net: China, India lead rise in global antibiotic consumption (Shaikh, 4/18).

USA TODAY: Women get their periods every month — and it’s incredibly expensive (Onyanga-Omara, 4/18).

Washington Post: Too Many Men (Denyer/Gowan, 4/18).

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