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The video of the presentation 'New strategies for disease prevention and management from infancy to old age' is now available to view.

On 13 November 2014, Professor Terry Dwyer and Associate Professor Kazem Rahimi, both of The George Institute for Global Health, presented New strategies for disease prevention and management from infancy to old age for the Oxford Martin School seminar series Health in the 21st century: what's new? This seminar series examines the frontiers of technology and ideas in healthcare in the 21st century.

Terry DwyerProfessor Terry Dwyer

Kazem RahimiAssociate Professor Kazem Rahimi

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