This installment of the “Infectious Diseases Without Borders: Our Story” features Ambassador Mark Dybul, who decided to pursue a medical career to fight HIV/AIDS and ended up leading the American effort —and later the global effort—to battle the disease. In the 1990s, he set out on a career as a researcher, but was asked by the White House to help set up the US response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. He eventually rose to become one of the most prominent figures in global health. Here is the story of a doctor who ventured far outside of the clinic and into the world of politics. This interview series is a collaboration between the Friends of the Global Fund Japan (FGFJ) and Asahi GLOBE+.
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