Princess Diana's Speech on Women and Children with Aids
Princess Diana

Princess Diana's speech on AIDS brings light to the devastating effect of this disease especially to women and children.

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Princess Diana: Princess Diana's Speech on Women and Children with Aids

September 8, 1993 (over 26 years ago)

Princess Diana's speech on AIDS brings light to the devastating effect of this disease especially to women and children.

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Bruce Aylward: How We'll Stop Polio for Good

March 1, 2011 (about 9 years ago)

Bruce Aylward explains the reality of polio and the steps that should be taken to totally eradicate the virus.

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Source: TED

Margaret Chan: Never Forget the People

May 16, 2011 (almost 9 years ago)

Margaret Chan talks to the health officials and reminds them to always remember the people through any decision and any situation that may arise for it is for the people that the World Health Organization exists. She mentions the current states of different countries and the diseases they are bat...

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Elliot Krane: The Mystery of Chronic Pain

March 1, 2011 (about 9 years ago)

Doctor Elliot Krane introduces pain as a disease on its own rather than always as a symptom. He elaborates the process by which chronic pain develops and hopes for a future when this type of pain is treated with specific drugs and not just symptom alleviators.

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Source: TED

Danny Hillis: Understanding Cancer Through Proteomics

October 1, 2010 (over 9 years ago)

Danny Hillis talks about using protein sequencing in order to determine specific cancering cells and give each cancer patient personalized treatment.

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Paul Ewald: Can We Domesticate Germs?

March 1, 2007 (about 13 years ago)

Pathogens have always caused great distress to health but Paul Ewald tries to decrease pathogenicity in a practical way such that future generations wouldn't have to be afraid of mutations or resistance from the use of antibiotics.

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