MedPage Today | June 12, 2015
The three changes are a start, commented Lawrence Gostin, JD, of Georgetown University’s O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law. “We should be seeing the fruits of these things by January 2016,” he said.
As the Ebola crisis evolved, the WHO was attacked for a slow initial response and for weak leadership later. Chan “has taken the criticism seriously,” Gostin said, “and the three concrete steps seem to be the right ones.”