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Muhammad Hamid Zaman
HHMI Professor of Biomedical Engineering & International Health at Boston University. Op-ed contributor for , & . Views my own.
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Douglas Holmes 1h
The Trump administration is censoring scientists:
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richard horton 12h
In our world of extreme/entrenched political divisions, leaders who listen and are prepared to change their minds are rare. Well done WHO.
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CEPI 17h
How a single mutation in the Zika virus increased its infection rate
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Antoine FLAHAULT 12h
Bravo and saying bravo, I mean you're brave too! WHO DG rescinds Goodwill Ambassador appointment
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman 12h
Very impressed by - he is brave, honest and not afraid to recognize that errors can be corrected through reflection & discussion.
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richard horton 12h
WHO has rescinded its appointment of Robert Mugabe as Goodwill Ambassador. The right decision. Thank you Dr Tedros. Strong leadership.
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Monika Kosinska 17h
A historical moment. Looking forward to a time when gender parity in leadership does not make it to front page news.
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stefan peterson Oct 19
Recipe for sustainable world: end child mortality; keep girls in school; give access to family planning.
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Dr Mel Thomson Oct 21
Nice work | Why women leave academia and why universities should be worried
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Dr. Shadi Saleh 17h
Coordination needed at three levels: within the health sector, across sectors within a country and on a regional/global scale
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Shubhash Wostey Oct 20
The generous people of hosting additional ~600k refugees since 25 Aug deserve more solidarity.
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Jeremy Farrar Oct 21
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Anders Nordström Oct 21
Great leaders admits that they can make mistakes and then correct them. We expect and will respect that
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Mukwege Foundation Oct 13
The story of : How a Congolese surgeon became a global advocate for rape survivors.
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Lord Ashcroft Oct 5
Please retweet if you believe I'm right in despising people who have fun doing this...
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Johns Hopkins U. Oct 21
Important read: refugees: A stateless people, a public health crisis
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UNICEF Oct 21
No country. No birth certificate. No rights. A reality for children →
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Dr Joanne Liu Oct 21
in the humanitarian world: this got to stop-full stop ()
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richard horton Oct 20
A glimpse of hope on an otherwise dark day...
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HHMI NEWS Oct 20
Understanding the physics of how mosquitoes takeoff shows how they escape without being noticed by hosts.
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