Kaiser Family Foundation, CSIS Webcast Features CDC Director Discussing Global, U.S. Efforts To Contain Ebola Epidemic

Kaiser Family Foundation: Where Do We Stand in The Fight Against Ebola? A Conversation with CDC Director Tom Frieden
On Tuesday, January 13, the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) held a conversation with CDC Director Tom Frieden to discuss his recent trip to assess the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea. Josh Michaud, associate director of global health policy at the Kaiser Family Foundation, made opening remarks, and Stephen Morrison, senior vice president and director, global health policy center at CSIS, moderated the conversation, presented here as an archived webcast (1/13).

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