Blog Post Calls On Congress To Protect U.S. Investments In Global Health Security

Nuclear Threat Initiative: Congress, Act Now. Protect U.S. Investments in Global Health Security
Elizabeth Cameron, vice president of global biological policy and programs at NTI, discusses the role of U.S. funding for global health security, highlighting the potential impact of insufficient funding for the CDC and USAID’s global health security programs. Cameron writes, “Without sufficient funding…, we weaken the global network of protection, increase risk to American lives, and threaten investments from other governments and the private sector” (3/5).

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