Bulletin of the World Health Organization

Current issue: May 2017

• A new funding mechanism for tuberculosis research
• Improving work conditions in medical supplies manufacture
• Preventing deaths from prescription opioids in north America
• Interview: the harms of maternal alcohol consumption during pregnancy
• Tracking inequities in mosquito-net ownership in sub-Saharan Africa
• HIV service provision by nurses in Kenya evaluated
• Assessing the quality of care for children with fever in Zambia

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