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Bill Gates reveals the biggest public health threats over the next 10 years

Business Insider Wednesday, 13 September 2017 ()
Bill Gates reveals the biggest public health threats over the next 10 yearsBill and Melinda Gates have released their first-annual "Goalkeepers" report, a celebration of key milestones in public health and a look at which issues are still most pressing.

The wins include sizable declines in childhood mortality and HIV infection rates, while the ongoing struggles include family planning and equality...
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While the world is experiencing an wide array of threats like hurricanes and nuclear war, one of the biggest threats remains one of the oldest ones out there: infectious disease. In their recently released "Goalkeepers" report, Bill and Melinda Gates wrote that disease — both infectious and chronic...

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