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Global Health Matters, Fogarty International Center's newsletter, distributed by email every two months, includes the latest information on global health research.
Inside this Issue
NIH awards $36M to train junior faculty in Africa through MEPI program
Rwandan Minister of Health Dr Agnes Binagwaho discusses country's health advances
Focus on research in China:
Research advances in China improve health globally
Chinese researchers discovered effectiveness of artemisinin against malaria
Arsenic added to cancer therapy after studies in China
Benzene research in China informs EPA regulation
Asian diet examined for clues to improve health
Chinese study shows folic acid helps reduce stroke risk
Profile: Fogarty Scholar Dr Emily Vogtmann studies cancer threats
Q and A with Dr Roger Detels on HIV/AIDS research and training
Former Fogarty trainees help eliminate hepatitis C in Georgia
Fogarty aims to inspire future global health leadersOpinion by Fogarty Director Dr Roger I Glass
HHS announces proposed changes to Common Rule
Queen of Spain visits NIH to discuss cancer research
People in the news
Global health briefs
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