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9 striking images from the 2019 Wellcome Photography Prize on health and humanity

The Forum and its partners are working towards helping those affected in these human stories - here's how. Image: Unsplash/Kelli McClintock

Alice Hazelton

Programme Lead, Science and Society, World Economic Forum


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Hold Me Mother, 2018. Image: Felipe Fittipaldi / Wellcome Photography Prize 2019.

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Virus Hunters, 2017. Image: David Chancellor / Wellcome Photography Prize 2019.

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Self-Harm – The Teenage Epidemic (Alan), 2018. Image: Jude Wacks / Wellcome Photography Prize 2019.
Saving Sight, 2013. Image: Adriane Ohanesian / Wellcome Photography Prize 2019.
Dismuss and His Malaria Ambulance, 2014. Image: Brent Stirton / Wellcome Photography Prize 2019.
Zora the Robot Care-Giver, 2018. Image: Dmitry Kostyukov / Wellcome Photography Prize 2019.
City for the Blind, 2016–17. Image: Hieronymus Ahrens / Wellcome Photography Prize 2019.
The Hidden Visible, 2017. Image: Mona Mona Hoobehfekr / Wellcome Photography Prize 2019.
Valeria and Tymofii, 2017. Image: Chris de Bode / Wellcome Photography Prize 2019.

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