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The Virtues and Vices of the WHO

by Nicholas Bagley — Saturday, Feb. 27, 2016

The World Health Organization’s dismal handling of the Ebola outbreak has led to calls for sweeping reforms to the world’s system for managing infectious disease. The consensus view, though, is that we shouldn’t start from scratch. Laurie Garrett captures the prevailing wisdom in her incredible Foreign Affairs article on Ebola: The WHO performed so poorly […]