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(Georgetown University Medical Center) Georgetown's Center for Global Health Science and Security welcomes back to campus Beth Cameron, former senior director for global health security and biodefense in the Obama administration's White House National Security Council. On Friday, Sept. 15, Cameron, now senior director for the Nuclear Threat Initiative's Global Biological Policy and Programs, will discuss why US leadership continues to be vital in advancing the Global Health Security Agenda's mission to build a world safe from biological threats.
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