Blog Post Discusses Importance Of Fogarty International Center In Implementing NIH Discoveries In Low-Income Nations

PLOS Blogs’ “Speaking of Medicine”: Fogarty’s Essential Role in Implementation
Arthur Ammann, pediatrician and founder of Global Strategies, “discusses the role of the Fogarty International Center in implementing the discoveries at the NIH to improve health in low-income countries.” Ammann writes, “The influence of the Fogarty International Center and its health care programs and training in low-income countries is great but for too long, it has been the recipient of only modest amounts of funding. Any reductions in funding would have a disproportionate impact on global health in low-income countries…” (4/6).

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