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Podcast: Gail Davey and Melanie Newport on their research into podoconiosis

Recorded in March 2019

Welcome to Impacted, our new podcast series about research for real change. Listen to Gail Davey and Melanie Newport discuss how their world-class research into podoconiosis led to the World Health Organisation recognising this neglected tropical disease.


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