Killing two bugs with one strategy

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Killing two bugs with one strategy hrandall Fri, 11/10/2017 – 11:47 Nov 10, 2017 Laura Kallen Senior Scientific Communications Associate, PATH If pneumonia and diarrhea—the two biggest infectious killers of children worldwide—were personified as serial killers, I imagine that they would look very different. Pneumonia might be tall and spindly, with long, wispy fingers. Diarrhea, on the other hand, would be stocky, thick, and very ugly, a grisly force. Both are horrifying to imagine, but then again, so is the reality. These diseases take 1.5 million young lives every year

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Killing two bugs with one strategy