Bill Gates on Health Care
He said that when he gave $50 million to research on the killer disease malaria, he was told that he was doubling the funds available. “That’s the most terrible thing I’ve heard. It’s outrageous how little is put into research on malaria,” Gates said. It was lucky AIDS was present in the rich world, said Gates, otherwise the resources being devoted to finding a vaccine for the pandemic would be even lower.
Meanwhile, a United Nations population expert predicted a “fatality avalanche” from AIDS and said that so far, every prediction of the scale of AIDS deaths has proved a serious underestimate.
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