Larry Brilliant:
Larry Brilliant veut mettre un terme aux pandémies

TED2006 · 25:50 · Filmed Feb 2006
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En acceptant le prix TED 2006, le Docteur Larry Brilliant explique comment la variole a été éradiquée de la planète, et appelle à un nouveau système mondial qui puisse identifier et contenir les pandémies avant qu'elles ne se propagent.

Epidemiologist, philanthropist
TED Prize winner Larry Brilliant has spent his career solving the ills of today — from overseeing the last smallpox cases to saving millions from blindness — and building technologies of the future. Now, as Chair of the Skoll Global Threats Fund, he's redefining how we solve the world's biggest problems. Full bio
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