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12. ​​Patterns of Inequality in Global Disease Response & COVID-19 with Dr. Boghuma Kabisen Titanji

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12. ​​Patterns of Inequality in Global Disease Response & COVID-19 with Dr. Boghuma Kabisen Titanji

April 9, 2022

12. ​​Patterns of Inequality in Global Disease Response & COVID-19 with Dr. Boghuma Kabisen Titanji

A collective push for global vaccine equity will help us circumvent unnecessary suffering and deaths, protect economies, and mitigate against new virus variants. 

I have the pleasure of welcoming Dr. Boghuma Titanji, a medical doctor and clinical researcher, for this episode on patterns of inequality in global disease response and coordinated action in the fight against COVID. We also cover discuss why it’s in the best interest of all countries to continue supporting equitable vaccine dissemination.

Dr. Titanji recently coauthored an article in The Atlantic titled: The Pandemic Is Following a Very Predictable and Depressing Pattern, which I encourage listeners to check out along with the other resources listed below. 

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