Some Experts Disappointed By Lack Of Political Will At U.N. HLM On TB

HuffPost: U.N. General Assembly’s High-Level Meeting To End Tuberculosis Could Have Gone Better
“In the lead-up to the first U.N. high-level meeting on tuberculosis on Wednesday, global health experts said the momentum was different, that a turning point was near in the fight against the disease, the world’s top infectious killer. Despite this new sense of engagement, many experts and advocates were disappointed by a lack of political will at the meeting — a state of affairs that has continued for centuries…” (Weber, 9/27).

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