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New JHU Expert Briefing on Monkeypox

Bloomberg School faculty including Amesh Adalja, MD, and Bill Moss, MD, MPH, joined other JHU faculty to discuss the prevention and treatment of monkeypox, how it’s transmitted, reducing stigma around outbreaks, and the availability and distribution of monkeypox vaccines.

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