Sonia Shah

science journalist and author

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Science journalist and author of The Fever: How Malaria Has Ruled Humankind for 500,000 Years

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Two decades ago, the  World Health Organization  and other public agencies were the leaders in improving health in the developing world and battling the private sector on issues like…

Is the Private Sector Changing Global Health Priorities?

Two decades ago, the World Health Organization and other public agencies were the leaders in improving health in the developing world and battling the private sector on issues like…

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Two decades ago, the  World Health Organization  and other public agencies were the leaders in improving health in the developing world and battling the private sector on issues like…

Is the Private Sector Changing Global Health Priorities?

Two decades ago, the World Health Organization and other public agencies were the leaders in improving health in the developing world and battling the private sector on issues like…

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