Mark Rosenberg

Task Force for Global Health

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President and CEO of the Task Force for Global Health; former director of the CDC's National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, he was at the CDC for 20 years

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Debate over gun ownership and the Second Amendment never ends, but seldom discussed are the unintended consequences of 300 million privately owned guns.

What's the Real Cost of Gun Violence in America?

Debate over gun ownership and the Second Amendment never ends, but seldom discussed are the unintended consequences of 300 million privately owned guns.

from To the Point

In the 1980's, gun violence was declared a public health issue, but Congress blocked research into prevention by the Centers for Disease Control and the National Institutes of Health.

Can Gun Violence Research Keep Us Safe?

In the 1980's, gun violence was declared a public health issue, but Congress blocked research into prevention by the Centers for Disease Control and the National Institutes of Health.

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