Regional Disease Surveillance Networks Can Improve Health Outcomes

World Bank’s “Investing in Health”: Regional Disease Surveillance in a Globalized World
Patricio Marquez, lead health specialist and public health focal point for health, nutrition, and population global practice at the World Bank, discusses the importance of early detection and response to disease outbreaks, and the benefits of establishing regional disease surveillance networks (12/17).

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