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The path to zero

Researchers and public health experts unite to bring clarity to key metrics guiding coronavirus response

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The New Yorker staff writer Katherine Boo came to the Graduate School of Design for a week as a senior Loeb Fellow, where she gave a talk titled "Exploitation, Innovation, and Documentation in 21st-Century Slums."

Chronicler of poverty

To analyze a problem, says journalist Katherine Boo, soar through data and get grounded in reality

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The conference “Governance of Tobacco in the 21st Century" gathered together 250 registrants from 35 countries to discuss public health, trade, finance, agriculture, and law. By the end of the conference a few recommendations for international controls stood out: Consider public health a basic human right, and tobacco promotion a violation of that right.

A deadly foe

Experts gather to trade ideas on worldwide anti-tobacco measures

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