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January 2015
GLOBAL ID
Science Speaks: Neglecting ID Anywhere Poses a Threat Everywhere
Here is a look at the top 2014 stories from Science Speaks on developments, setbacks and coming challenges in global HIV and TB responses.

The blog also covered some of the global health and disease issues that will be center stage in 2015, including:
  • An update on the West Africa Ebola outbreak from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Tom Frieden following his December visit to the region, and from frontline responders
  • An update on policy and research developments that may extend the reach of a cure for hepatitis C and improve treatment options for people coinfected with HIV
Science Speaks is the official blog of IDSA’s Center for Global Health Policy.



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