CSIS Primer Examines Reasons For U.S. To Support International TB Efforts

Center for Strategic & International Studies’ “Smart Global Health”: Hope for a more reasoned U.S. approach to global TB
CSIS Senior Associate Phil Nieburg; Talia Dubovi, associate director and senior fellow with the Global Health Policy Center at CSIS; and Sahil Angelo, program coordinator and research assistant at the Global Health Policy Center, introduce a “new TB primer, Tuberculosis — A Complex Health Threat. Our goal was to provide a clear explanation of the real threats and burdens of global TB to enable U.S. policymakers to make informed and reasoned choices about funding and other resources for control of this important global disease” (4/15).

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