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Ambassador Mark Dybul, co-director of the O'Neill Institute of National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University, speaks on "Faith and Global Health: Opportunities and Challenges to Create a More Perfect World" Monday at the Hall of Philosophy, in the first Interfaith Lecture of the 2011 Season. Photo by Megan Tan.

Dybul: Eliminate preventable diseases for ‘a more perfect world’

The facts speak for themselves. HIV/AIDS is an equal opportunity killer.

Thirty million people are currently infected. Instead of targeting the young and elderly, the disease most frequently kills those between the ages of 15 and 40.

“If we don’t act on this, it’s a lack of faith, hope and love,” Ambassador Mark Dybul said.

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Mark Dybul. Submitted photo.

Dybul opens week of lectures on maternal, child well-being

Despite their differences, religion and maternal mortality go hand in hand.

“We can’t address health issues without dealing with faith communities, and in many of these communities, the most important leaders are faith leaders,” said Ambassador Mark Dybul, the co-director of the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health law at Georgetown University and the Interfaith Lecture Series’ first guest lecturer.

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