• Artificial intelligence in the health sector: a call for papers
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• Recent outbreaks and global spread of Zika virus disease
• Interview: impact of the 2008 Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
• Removing age-related barriers to access to HIV testing
• Vaccinating dogs and people
• Indigenous languages and disparities
• Exclusion from household surveys
• Redirecting the polio programme
• Living with HIV, diabetes, and hypertension
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