Disease Outbreaks Put Global Health Systems On Alert, But Challenges Remain, U.S. Scientist Says
VOA News: U.S. Scientist: AIDS Remains Key Global Health Threat
“The U.S. medical scientist who led a team that helped eradicate outbreaks of smallpox in the 1970s says the global community is now more responsive to possible pandemics despite challenges posed by viruses such as AIDS, bird flu, and more recently Ebola. … But challenges remain. [Donald] Henderson said AIDS is still the world’s main health threat for which there is still no vaccine…” (Corben, 2/3).
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