Apr 29, 2016
by: Yayne Hailu, Associate, External Relations
How many times have we followed popular beliefs or customs and never thought twice? What if no one ever challenged ideas and theories that were common for the time? A look back in history shows us that even in science and medicine, great discoveries were once radical notions.
James Porter talks with David Addiss, former Director of Children Without Worms, about the early years of lymphatic filariasis (LF) research and how pioneering views at the time, led to hope for those suffering from advanced LF.