Director Of CDC Center For Global Health Discusses Economic Impacts Of Pandemic Outbreaks, Other Issues In Rabin Martin Interview

Rabin Martin: Diseases do not respect borders: A conversation with the CDC’s Dr. Rebecca Martin on the economic case for preventing disease outbreaks
“Tina Flores, who leads the [Global Health Security Agenda Private Sector Roundtable (PSRT)] secretariat at Rabin Martin, talks with [Rebecca Martin, director of the CDC Center for Global Health,] about some of CDC’s recent research on the effects of pandemic outbreak on the U.S. economy and the organization’s relationship with industry, and gets Dr. Martin’s take on why an ounce of prevention is indeed worth a pound of cure…” (4/30).

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