Bill Gates
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Bill Gates
15 days ago
US education may be the hardest issue our foundation works on. A recent visit to The Howard School in Chattanooga, Tennessee reminded me why it’s also one of the most inspiring. https://t.co/927CwK2imF
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Bill Gates
17 days ago
You could find wild poliovirus in 125 countries in 1988. Today, it exists in just two. And more than 18 million people are walking today who would otherwise have been paralyzed by polio. Here’s why we aren’t done yet: https://t.co/uXZoglQS7Z https://t.co/rY2eMaDReI
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Bill Gates
17 days ago
The incredible, diverse global partnership that halted wild polio’s spread in Nigeria 3 years ago makes me optimistic we’ll #EndPolio worldwide. https://t.co/Kr3ibLXdmd
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Bill Gates
17 days ago
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Bill Gates
17 days ago
Even a single child paralyzed by polio is one too many, but I’m optimistic that we will eradicate the disease thanks to the GPEI’s persistence and creativity. https://t.co/olGWetQPSN
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Bill Gates
18 days ago
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19 days ago
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Bill Gates
a month ago
The more I’ve learned about Alzheimer’s disease, the more I’ve come to admire the volunteers who participate in clinical trials, and their caregivers too. Here’s a way you can help fight Alzheimer’s: https://t.co/isfZoyZFPU https://t.co/rS27wglMOJ
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Bill Gates
a month ago
Better tools for collecting and sharing data will help community health workers protect families in the poorest parts of the world.  https://t.co/dVONnMcY4c
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Bill Gates
a month ago
Expanding the diversity of therapies in the pipeline and more efficiently recruiting patients for clinical trials will increase our odds of discovering a breakthrough. I’m hopeful it will lead to an intervention that reduces the impact of Alzheimer’s. https://t.co/j8DZbeUp8F
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Bill Gates
a month ago
One of the many awful things about watching someone you love struggle with Alzheimer’s is the feeling of helplessness. You keep thinking that there must be something more you can do. Here's one option. https://t.co/TQ1Z0lYCkN
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Bill Gates
a month ago
We have cut the number of child deaths in half over the last 20 years. New tools like these precision maps from 
@IHME_UW
will help us cut child mortality in half again by 2030. https://t.co/9XfRu6WuLK
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Bill Gates
a month ago
Buildings are one of the five areas where we need a lot of innovation if we’re going to avoid a climate disaster. I wrote about one company with a particularly clever approach. https://t.co/OXdxSChPCX
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Bill Gates
a month ago
A lot of work remains, but it’s exciting to see positive data on a drug candidate that may alter the course of Alzheimer’s disease. https://t.co/h97EBGqWyJ
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Bill Gates
a month ago
I always like to try out a new TV show or two when I’m on the road. What should I watch next? I set up an Ask on @Likewise to collect your recommendations. https://t.co/6Knu7M3wyO
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Bill Gates
a month ago
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Bill Gates
a month ago
One of the best parts of my job is getting to work with some of the world’s most brilliant minds on seemingly intractable problems. Here’s how we’re trying to tackle one of the defining technical challenges of our time. https://t.co/F2Wd8vM4ia
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Bill Gates
a month ago
This is one of the most important topics in medicine today: how can we make data more readily available for researchers to look for patterns and identify new pathways for treatment. https://t.co/hcji8sAhmy
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Bill Gates
a month ago
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Bill Gates
a month ago
Melinda and I feel pressure to make every dollar and every day count, which is why we say no to a lot more opportunities than we say yes to. Working with partners around the world to #EndPolio has been a fight worth every dollar. https://t.co/a3gcP3M2HV
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