‘Science Speaks’ Highlights Recent Global Health-Related Pieces

Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks”: Inclusion of civil society in PEPFAR planning lags, sex workers call for engagement in global treatment access, WHO’s Ebola Emergency Committee issues update, and more . . . we’re reading about delayed works in progress
Antigone Barton, senior editor and writer of “Science Speaks,” highlights several recently released global health-related pieces, including a blog post from the Global Forum on MSM & HIV about civil society involvement with PEPFAR; an article in the current issue of Sex Work Digest advocating more recognition of key populations in the WHO’s new HIV treatment guidelines; a blog post from 76 Crimes on terminology used in Human Rights Watch’s latest report on violence against sexual minorities in Kenya; and the WHO’s statement on the 7th Meeting of the IHR Emergency Committee regarding Ebola in West Africa (10/13).

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