Disinformation – false information intended to mislead – is a common challenge for public health campaigns and has hampered COVID-19 efforts from the start. Whether …
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A South African with Indian and Indonesian heritage. A Texan shaped by unforgettable Filippino roots. An Indian immigrant to America. And the daughter of Chinese
Header photo caption: A drug distributor travels long distances to a remote village in Cameroon to get medicines for onchocerciasis (river blindness) and lymphatic filariasis to marginalized societies most in need.