Taking stock of efforts to eradicate devastating disease

04/8/2013 | Forbes

The World Health Organization turned 65 on Sunday, and Skoll Global Threats Fund CEO Larry Brilliant writes that the efforts of the WHO and other organizations are giving humans a chance to eradicate devastating infectious diseases and even prevent future pandemics. Brilliant says technology such as mobile symptom reporting applications and Internet-based monitoring programs are important tools that will advance efforts to address public health threats.

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