FT Health Discusses Save The Children Report On Pneumonia, Features Interview With Retiring Director Of WHO’s Global TB Program

FT Health: Pneumonia — the biggest killer of children
The latest issue of the Financial Times’ weekly global health newsletter discusses a new report from Save the Children, “which warns that without further progress there will still be more than 700,000 annual deaths from [pneumonia] in 2030, causing unnecessary human tragedy and hindering efforts to reach the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals.” The newsletter also includes an interview with Mario Raviglione, who is retiring from his role as director of the World Health Organization’s Global TB Programme, and features a roundup of other global health-related news stories and releases (Jack/Dodd, 11/3).

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