More Opinions In Global Health

The Conversation: What needs to happen for better cancer prevention and control in Kenya
Gershim Asiki, research scientist at the African Population and Health Research Center (2/3).

The Conversation: Nigeria and disease outbreaks. Better prepared, but still weak spots
Folasade Ogunsola, professor of clinical microbiology at the University of Lagos (2/3).

Devex: Opinion: Championing global efforts to eliminate cervical cancer
Bekki Field, program lead of the International Cancer Prevention Program at Cancer Research U.K. (2/4).

Devex: Opinion: Women deliver global health — why are men still leading it?
Rachel Firth, founder of Women in Dev and managing director of Global Office Consulting, and Traci Baird, president and CEO of EngenderHealth (2/4).

STAT: What record-high funding for neglected diseases doesn’t tell us about R&D for them
Nick Chapman, CEO of Policy Cures Research and lead author of the organization’s G-FINDER report (2/4).

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