CDC Works With Developing Countries To Prepare For Emergencies With Medicine Stockpiles

CDC’s “Public Health Matters Blog”: Stockpile Expert Helps Responders Prepare for Emergencies
Tom Jackson, senior training adviser for the CDC’s Division of Strategic National Stockpile, discusses the importance of having a stockpile of medicines on hand during emergencies and describes the CDC’s work helping developing countries “figure out how to make their supply chains work in any type of public health crisis” (2/27).

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