The Global Health Council's recently released briefing book dives into the critical need for U.S. investment in global health.
The United States has long been a leader in saving lives and ensuring healthy outcomes for the world's most vulnerable people. In recent decades, U.S. investments in global health have reduced preventable maternal deaths, put us in reach of an AIDS-free generation, and saved more than 3 million lives through immunization and other programs. U.S. support for global health programs is critical now more than ever to ensure that the achievements of the past decades are not diminished.
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