Celebrities Write Open Letter To Raise Awareness Of Infectious Diseases, Importance Of Global Fund

Borgen Magazine: An Open Letter Against Infectious Diseases
“Dozens of international celebrities addressed an open letter ‘to 7-year-olds everywhere.’ Notable figures, such as Jennifer Garner, Trevor Noah, Penélope Cruz, Sir Elton John, and more, recently signed an open letter against infectious diseases, specifically AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis. These celebrities hope that this open letter against infectious diseases will bring awareness to these global health issues and the Global Fund that fights them…” (Harden, 10/7).

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