In Blog Posts, Bill Gates Discusses Private Sector Involvement In Global Health, Highlights Heroes In Health, Development

Gates Notes: The business of improving global health
In his blog, Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, writes, “If you look at the research agendas of many biotech and pharma companies today, I think there are enormous opportunities to make progress on some of the toughest health challenges.” Gates includes a transcript of prepared remarks he made recently at the J.P. Morgan 36th Annual Healthcare Conference in San Francisco (1/8).

Gates Notes: No masks or capes, but these heroes are saving the world
In this post, Gates highlights “some heroes among us. They are just a few of the many people using their talents to fight poverty, hunger, and disease and provide opportunities for the next generation. To all of them, wherever they are, let me say thank you. The world is a better place because of what you do…” (1/4).

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