PATH’s Global Health Security Partnership Aims To Prevent, Detect, Respond To Disease Threats

PATH Blog: Prevent, detect, respond: avoiding the next pandemic
Tracy Romoser, communications officer and blog editor at PATH, discusses PATH’s new Global Health Security (GHS) Partnership, which aims to strengthen health “systems to identify disease threats early and prevent outbreaks from reaching a critical state” using three principles: prevent, detect, and respond (3/31).

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