Duke Global Health Professor Discusses PLOS Collection On Global Health Grand Convergence In NPR Interview

NPR: What It’d Take To Save 10 Million Lives: Zinc, Bed Nets, $70 Billion
“…A group of 69 health experts and researchers from all over the world say it is possible. And in a collection of papers published in PLOS, they lay out exactly how to to save 10 million lives a year by 2035. … [I]t’s totally doable, says Dr. Gavin Yamey, a professor of global health at Duke University, who edited the collection — if we invest wisely, in the right sorts of programs. We called up Yamey and asked him to elaborate…” (Singh, 3/7).

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