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6 ways countries can prepare for the next infectious disease pandemic

When Johns Hopkins researchers ran a simulation of the next disease outbreak, the results were darkly informative. Image: REUTERS/Kenny Katombe

Tom Inglesby

Director, Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security

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