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Investment In, Coordination Of R&D Essential To Responding To Global Infectious Disease Threats

Nature: Policy: Security spending must cover disease outbreaks Tadataka Yamada, commissioner on the Global Health Risk Framework Commission and venture partner at Frazier Healthcare Partners; V. Ayano Ogawa, associate program officer for the Global Health Risk Framework Commission at the U.S. National Academy of Medicine; and Maria Freire, commissioner on…

Opinion Pieces Discuss U.S. Disease Outbreak Preparedness, Response

USA TODAY: Daschle and Klain: We’re not ready for next Zika virus Tom Daschle, former U.S. Senate majority leader and member of the Blue Ribbon Study Panel on Biodefense, and Ron Klain, former White House Ebola response coordinator “…Combating biological threats — either naturally occurring like Ebola or Zika, or…

Congress Should Approve Zika Funding, Not Divert Resources From Ebola Response

Huffington Post: Congress’ Big Gamble On the Health of America’s Children by Defunding Ebola to Fund Zika Thomas Kenyon, president and CEO of Project HOPE “…Diverting resources from Ebola makes little sense … Congress needs to approve the money to fight Zika, and quickly. By not providing appropriate funding for…

Investing In Frontline Health Workforce Essential To Ending Preventable Deaths, Ensuring Global Health Security

The Hill: Frontline health workers: Saving lives and maximizing our global health dollars Reps. Nita Lowey (D-N.Y.) and Ander Crenshaw (R-Fla.), both serving on the House Appropriations Committee and its Subcommittee for State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs “…Deficiencies in the frontline health workforce pose enormous hurdles to global health…

PATH’s Global Health Security Partnership Aims To Prevent, Detect, Respond To Disease Threats

PATH Blog: Prevent, detect, respond: avoiding the next pandemic Tracy Romoser, communications officer and blog editor at PATH, discusses PATH’s new Global Health Security (GHS) Partnership, which aims to strengthen health “systems to identify disease threats early and prevent outbreaks from reaching a critical state” using three principles: prevent, detect,…

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