Forbes: As Deaths Mount In Pakistan, Ending Polio Becomes An Act Of Courage

http://www.forbes.com/sites/realspin/2012/12/27/as-deaths-mount-in-pakistan-ending-polio-becomes-an-act-of-courage/


In December 2012 hope in Pakistan's polio eradication efforts was punctuated by the reckless killing of 9 health workers. These health workers knew of the risks they faced and yet demonstrated compelling acts of courage and devotion to their work.

My OP/ED today in Forbes is a tribute to these brave health workers. The end of polio is in sight. This is the moment our collective resolve matters most.

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