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Is Margaret Chan Really to Blame for the Delayed Ebola Response?

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Sara Gorman (@saragorm) discusses recent criticism of WHO Director-General Margaret Chan and whether the focus should be on failures in preparation rather than response. A January 6 article in the New York Times suggested that WHO Director-General Margaret Chan’s response to the … Continue reading »

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