Nature  |  May 13, 2015

“I want to emphasize the importance of making these changes now, while the epidemic is fresh in our mind, and not wait, because the political momentum is with us now, and it will fade the same way it did with SARS and H1N1,” says Lawrence Gostin, a health-law and policy specialist at Georgetown University in Washington DC who serves on a WHO committee charged with reforming the organization.

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