‘Science Speaks’ Highlights Recent Pieces On Peace Corps HIV Dismissals, Ebola, TB In Prison

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Antigone Barton, senior editor and writer of “Science Speaks,” discusses several global health-related news items and releases, including an advocacy sign-on letter to end Peace Corps HIV dismissals, an opinion piece on the U.S. response to and funding for Ebola, a Kaiser Family Foundation brief on the difference between the response to the current and previous Ebola outbreaks, and a blog post on prison overcrowding and the risk of TB in prison (5/25).

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