Paul Stoffels on Ebola

Stepping Up Our Response to Ebola

Less than 100 years ago, little could be done to combat global epidemics. In 1917, Spanish influenza swept the world quickly and 50 million people died. Science and medicine significantly lagged behind medical need. The World Health Organization (WHO) and other global health authorities weren’t yet formed to help coordinate a response. And governments were without options.

Paul Stoffels, M.D.
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John P. Howe III, M.D.
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John P Howe on Ebola

The Ebola Outbreak: How Public-Private Partnerships Search for Solutions in Sierra Leone

Donna Altenpohl on Ebola

Ebola response is a model of collaboration

Donna Altenpohl
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mark mosely on ebola

Ebola: Lesson learned for future response

Ebola is a virulent virus killing well over half of the people it infects.  This Ebola outbreak is the worst we’ve seen in recent history and caught West African countries, and the many other nations who love and support (including the U.S.), off guard.  So what can we do to better prepare for future infectious disease outbreaks?

Mark Mosely
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Dr. Chin on Ebola

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The Ebola outbreak in Western Africa, with multiple cases in the U.S., is of great concern to PhRMA and its members. Patients are at the center of everything we do, and the biopharmaceutical industry is ready to help individuals who have been affected by this devastating disease.

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