USAID Newsletter Focuses On Infectious Diseases

USAID’s “Global Health News”: A Focus on Infectious Disease
USAID’s April 2018 newsletter focuses on infectious diseases. “Scores of infectious diseases threaten humankind — both familiar ones like malaria, HIV, tuberculosis, and neglected tropical diseases, as well as emerging viruses and bacterial infections such as Ebola, H5N1 avian flu, and Zika. April’s Global Health newsletter highlights USAID’s work in malaria, NTDs, emerging threats and previews a new [Smithsonian] exhibit: Outbreak” (April 2018).

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