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The Future of Global-Health Coordination

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For global-health professionals, the successful war on HIV/AIDS is a model to emulate when targeting other hard-to-contain pandemics. But as Columbia University’s Elizabeth Radin notes, the biggest obstacles to overcoming public-health crises are usually political, not scientific. Listen to all episodes from your favorite podcast app, and subscribe via Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, or RSS Feed.

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For global-health professionals, the successful war on HIV/AIDS is a model to emulate when targeting other hard-to-contain pandemics. But as Columbia University’s Elizabeth Radin notes, the biggest obstacles to overcoming public-health crises are usually political, not scientific.

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