More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Yemen Red Cross: More dying from indirect effects of war (Lederer, 4/21).

Fox News: Why the next generation of cancer researchers need support if they are to find a cure (Carlton, 4/21).

Globe and Mail: One scientist’s work sheds light on the ‘transforming’ state of planetary health (Hui, 4/23).

The Guardian: With 250 babies born each minute, how many people can the Earth sustain? (Lamble, 4/23).

New York Times: Ethicists Call for More Scrutiny of ‘Human-Challenge’ Trials (Baumgaertner, 4/20).

Reuters: Hungarian laboratory worker isolated after exposure to Ebola virus (Peto/Than, 4/20).

STAT: The vaccine dilemma: how experts weigh benefits for many against risks for a few (Branswell, 4/23).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Feature — Schools free disabled in South Sudan’s war zone from ‘curse’ (Glinski, 4/23).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: People helping society make Fortune’s list of world’s greatest leaders (Wulfhorst, 4/19).

U.S. News & World Report: Air Pollution Contributes to Global Deaths (Huth, 4/20).

VOA News: Scientist Calls for ‘Antimalarials for Mosquitoes’ to Fight Killer Disease (Lapidus, 4/22).

WBUR CommonHealth: Why Counterfeit Drugs Are A Global Problem With No Foolproof Solutions (Weintraub, 4/20).

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