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Alumni Update: Annie Sparrow (MHCE 4, MHCE Lecturer)

In the article, “Who isn’t equipped for a pandemic or bioterror attack? The WHO,” featured on the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist’s website, Annie Sparrow (MHCE 4) discusses the influence of business and politics and the limitations of the World Health Organization (WHO) in creating effective solutions to public health problems.

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Alumni Update: Annie Sparrow (MHCE 4, MHCE Lecturer)

In a recent review for The New York Review of Books, IIHA Alumna Annie Sparrow (MHCE 4) responds to Sonia Shah’s book Pandemic: Tracking Contagions, from Cholera to Ebola and Beyond.

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Alumni Update: Annie Sparrow (MHCE 4, MHCE Lecturer)

Annie Sparrow (MHCE 4) recently authored the article, “What the Anti-vax Movement Doesn’t Tell You About Measles,” which describes the importance of vaccinations in light of the recent measles outbreak in the United States. She also explains the background and fallacies of the “anti-vax” movement.

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