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Wed April 4, 2012
DHHS' Nils Daulaire brings his fight to Seattle – Global is local!
By Lisa Stiffler, Humanosphere correspondent
Many Americans just don’t get it – Global health is a domestic issue.
That was the main message last night at Seattle’s Broadway Performance Hall from Dr. Nils Daulaire, director of the Office of Global Affairs for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
At the “Diseases without Borders” forum Daulaire said that the question he’s most frequently asked is this: “Why does (Health and Human Services), a domestic institution, even have an Office of Global Affairs?”