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BU begins $10m global health effort

Network of universities to focus on Third World

Jonathon Simon of BU’s International Health Department will head the new Center for Global Health and Development. Jonathon Simon of BU’s International Health Department will head the new Center for Global Health and Development. (Dominic Chavez/ Globe Staff)
By James F. Smith
Globe Staff / September 14, 2009

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Boston University is launching a major global health initiative today, investing $10 million to bolster research and education, and helping to build a nationwide consortium of universities devoted to improving health in the Third World. (Full article: 887 words)

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