CDC’s Division Of Global Health Protection Aims To Improve Global Health Security, Protect Americans From Public Health Threats

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Kashef Ijaz, acting director for CDC’s Division of Global Health Protection (DGHP), discusses the division’s efforts to improve global health security and protect Americans from public health threats, writing, “DGHP serves as a leading implementer with support and collaboration of subject matter experts across CDC for the agency’s efforts to broaden, sustain, and strengthen the Global Health Security Agenda. They are leading the charge for the agency as it is positioned to help establish broader and more sustainable global health platforms that can address the spectrum of known and unknown public health threats that countries face” (3/27).

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