The Plight of Infectious Diseases, Vaccines, Sanitation and Nutrition in Poor Nations

Launched in 2000, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s mission is to support initiatives that improve social, economic and health conditions on a global level.1 In recent years, the foundation has not only partnered with Monsato, a biotechnology corporation, to send genetically modified seeds to developing countries but also with big pharmaceutical corporations. Bill Gates has dedicated $10 billion to provide vaccines to children in poor countries. Such efforts are labeled as humanitarian; however, they overlook a major cause of the spread of infectious diseases.

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