Bill Gates Keeping Disease Outbreak Preparedness On Agenda Through Public Appearances, Opinion Pieces

POLITICO Europe: Gates: Don’t forget Ebola
“Bill Gates keeps talking about Ebola. The West’s short-term memory on the recent epidemic — which has killed more than 10,000 people, mostly in sub-Saharan African but with a smattering in richer countries — worries the billionaire philanthropist. … Gates is making the rounds — in a recent TED talk, a New York Times op-ed, and in the New England Journal of Medicine — to prevent the crisis from falling off the radar…” (Dixon, 5/7).

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