National Academies Report Highlights 4 Priority Areas For U.S. Global Health Engagement

CIDRAP News: Report outlines priorities for U.S. global health role
“An expert committee convened by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine [Monday] launched a report designed to advise the Trump administration on key global health priorities, suggesting new strategies to maintain U.S. leadership in the area. … The report highlights four main priority areas: (1) global health security; (2) HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria; (3) women and children; and (4) cardiovascular disease and cancer…” (Schnirring, 5/15).

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