Georgetown Professor Lawrence Gostin Discusses Lessons Learned From Ebola Response, Future Of Global Health In Podcast

The Conversation: Speaking with: Lawrence Gostin on Ebola, the WHO, and the future of global health
“The recent Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa occurred in three of the poorest and least resourced countries in the world. And as Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia all struggled with the epidemic, it was clear a global response was needed to contain the disease. … William Isdale spoke with Lawrence Gostin about the lessons we can learn from the Ebola epidemic and the future of global health…” (9/10).

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