字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント In my work on global health I'm often reminded of the need for innovations that revolutionize the way we treat and prevent diseases like malaria. I hear it from scientists in the lab, and I hear from health workers in the field. They know what a difference it can make in the lives of their patients. Malaria still kills more than 600,000 people every year most of them children. When you visit clinics and hospitals to see the impact of this disease in person you can feel the impact of every one of those deaths. It's tragic. So I am very excited about the work you're discussing today by lowering the price and stabilizing the supply of malaria drugs. Semi-Synthetic Arteminsin and can be a breakthrough in the fight to control, eliminate, and eventually eradicate this disease. I wanna thank all the partners involved in this effort. I know you put in many years research, planning, and collaboration, but that's what it takes to defeat a killer disease. I want to encourage you to continue innovating so we can meet the need for 300 million malaria cures worldwide. Thank you.