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US nominates development expert to lead World Bank

www.euronews.com President Barack Obama has nominated the US candidate to head the World Bank, replacing American Robert Zoellick when he steps down in June. He is Jim Yong Kim, a South Korean born doctor and public health expert and the former director of the Department of HIV/AIDS at the World Health Organisation. “It is time […]

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Breaking NEWS Obama taps public health expert for World Bank

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama on Friday nominated a Korean-American known for his work in fighting disease in impoverished countries to lead the World Bank, a job emerging economies are contesting for the first time. Jim Yong Kim, 52, is president of Dartmouth College, an Ivy League school in New Hampshire, and former director […]

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US nominates development expert to lead World Bank

www.euronews.com The US has picked a surprise candidate to head the World Bank. Jim Yong Kim is not an economist or a banker, but a South Korean born public health expert who is best known for his work with the World Health Organisation fighting HIV/AIDS in impoverished countries. President Barack Obama explained why he had […]

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Expert advise and information on a natural treatment for thrush

Article by Justin Jackson <font color=”#000000″><font face=”Times New Roman, serif”><font size=”2″><span style=”font-weight: normal”>Thrush, in addition known as a Yeast Infection, is a fungus found in the mouth, genitalia areas, digestive tract and skin. In astronomical people, the creation of

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World HIV/AIDS Day: UC San Diego expert on advances, prevention and research on vaccination

HIV/AIDS expert Douglas Richman, MD, professor of pathology and medicine at the UC San Diego School of Medicine, discusses how developments in drugs have turned a disease that carried a death sentence into a chronic, yet manageable disease. He addresses the many advances in this field over the past 30 years, the need for increased […]

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