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The human costs of epidemics are going down but the economic costs are going up. Here's why

Disease outbreaks are on the rise - and so are the economic and social impacts Image: REUTERS/Vincent Yu

Vanessa Candeias

Senior Director, The Hepatitis Fund

Ryan Morhard

Director, Policy and Partnerships, Ginkgo Bioworks

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