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- Dr. David Brandling-Bennett Deputy director of the Pan American Health Organization, the regional office of the World Health Organization
- Dr. Shmuel Shoham Infectious disease specialist at the Washington Hospital Center
- Rob Stein Science reporter with the "Washington Post"
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