U.K. MPs Urge Prime Minister May To Attend Upcoming High-Level Meeting On TB

Sunday Telegraph: Theresa May urged to take lead in global battle against TB as countries struggle to contain ‘escalating epidemic’
“Theresa May has been urged to take a lead in the global battle against tuberculosis as countries across the world struggle to contain an ‘escalating epidemic.’ More than 100 MPs, including Damian Green, the prime minister’s former deputy, and Ken Clarke, the ex chancellor, have written to Mrs. May calling on her to attend a major summit they say offers an ‘unprecedented opportunity to turn the tide against this terrible disease’…” (Malnick, 4/21).

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