USAID Commends Nobel Laureates For Medicine, Recognizes Continued Efforts Against NTDs, Malaria

USAID’s “Impact”: USAID salutes Nobel laureates whose discoveries help fight malaria, river blindness, elephantiasis
Chris Thomas, communications adviser in the Bureau for Global Health, recognizes this year’s Nobel laureates for medicine who discovered drugs used to treat and prevent river blindness, elephantiasis, and malaria, and discusses USAID’s efforts to address neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) and malaria (10/6).

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