CDC Official Tedd Ellerbrock Discusses Agency’s HIV/AIDS Efforts, PEPFAR In Washington Post Interview

Washington Post: Meet the man leading the charge against the global HIV/AIDS epidemic
“Dr. Tedd Ellerbrock, chief of the HIV Care and Treatment Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has played a vital role in building, expanding, and improving the U.S.-led program that provides medicine and assistance to more than 13 million people worldwide living with HIV/AIDS. In a conversation with Tom Fox, Ellerbrock talked about the importance of the CDC’s mission, the dedication of the staff, and his own journey to bring modern medicine to the developing world. Fox is a guest writer for On Leadership and the vice president for leadership and innovation at the nonprofit, nonpartisan Partnership for Public Service…” (Fox, 3/27).

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