Proposed Funding Cuts To Global Health Could Threaten Americans, Global Health Security

American Academy of Family Physicians: Cutting Global Health Programs Puts Americans at Risk
Ranit Mishori, professor and director of global health initiatives in the Department of Family Medicine at Georgetown University’s School of Medicine and member of the advisory board of the AAFP’s Center for Global Health Initiatives, discusses the role of the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) in preventing and controlling infectious disease outbreaks and the potential impact of proposed U.S. funding cuts to global health on global health security (2/22).

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