In Burkina Faso, A Minibus Brings Free Cervical Cancer Screenings To Villages. Low- and middle-income countries like Burkina Faso bear 70 percent of the global burden of cervical cancer

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Think before you snap that selfie. That’s the serious message of a joint campaign created by two groups that have spent the past few years poking fun at problematic photos taken by Western volunteers. They often have the tendency to paint themselves as saviors to needy people in low-income countries

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Laurie Garrett, “Since April, more than 350,000 people have come down with cholera in Yemen, which has killed 1,790 of them. It is an appalling, inexcusable man-made disaster witnessed by a world that seems as impotent to stop the bacteria’s spread in the Middle East in 2017 as it was in post-earthquake Haiti in 2010”

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If you’re a government official, you don’t want to get a call from Cees Klumper’s office

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Russia has strict rules on dispensing painkillers. Family members say some cancer patients killed themselves because they could not obtain the medicine and the pain was too great

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The PAHO and WHO credited Cuba with offering women early access to prenatal care, HIV and syphilis testing, and treatment for mothers who test positive

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How many people participate in research, how much is spent on it around the world, and how can we maximize its benefits?

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A new grant will go straight after a leading killer of kids under five: undernutrition

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