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#Viruses could kill more people than terrorist attacks, but countries invest heavily in resources against terrorism rather than promoting health system. Find out the @WHO urgent health challenges for the next decade: bit.ly/2FUSO3L #HealthForAll
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Health protection from respiratory threats is important @WePublicHealth
We heard about priorities in global health funding and education from Prof Bundy and Dr Phil Gothard of @LSHTM, & Ian Boulton from TropMedPharma Consulting at BLIDS X @RSTMH event tonight! Really important to be aware of as students hoping to make a different in global health!
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Pandamic preparedness is a must, an investment needed to secure local economic development and global health safety
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Please address Socialism as you address both terrorism & epidemic diseases. Socialism is torture to living humans. Is stop for the earth's life. Impossible & I mean impossible a country or a county can produce something for more than 1 year under a socialism mechanism.
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Could kill ? We have time ? Are killing ? We are going through ? Killed already ? We lost lot life can't loose more ? The priority is to initiate on ground what is more immediate important ?
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Reliable, repeatable and valid "New Research" measured 100% harnesses the immune system preventing Breast Cancer+Metastasis/ALLCancers using 'AI' med science cannot or refuse to use. A New Law must be forced on med science so we may move forward more in 10 years than ever before.
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