More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: Peru to indict ex-president Fujimori over forced sterilizations (4/26).

Devex: Attacks on aid workers, health facilities leave millions in South Sudan without care, report finds (Lieberman, 4/27).

The Guardian: Malaria on the march along the Thai-Myanmar border — in pictures (Kumar/Hodal, 4/27).

The Guardian: ‘Gene map for depression’ sparks hopes of new generation of treatments (Sample, 4/26).

Reuters: Morocco struggles to curb rise in number of girls married underage (Abdennebi, 4/26).

SciDev.Net: Western Pacific falls short on universal health coverage (Felongco, 4/25).

STAT: Shoebox-sized lab can diagnose infectious diseases from a drop of blood (Branswell, 4/25).

VOA News: A Possible Malaria Vaccine Poisons the Anopheles Mosquito (Lapidus, 4/26).

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