Dr. Coburn Challenges EU to Let African Countries Save Children from Malaria with DDT

Senator Tom Coburn | 28 Jun 2006
US Congress

Senator Coburn sent a letter to the head of the European Union, President José Manuel Barroso, challenging the EU to end all threats (both on and off the record) of agricultural boycotts on African countries who want to use DDT to save their children, pregnant women and millions others from the deadly scourge of malaria.

To read the letter, click here: http://coburn.senate.gov/ffm/index.cfm?FuseAction=Files.View&FileStore_id=0a8d6faa-6ee8-4f96-a21f-a5fff1ccad11

Recent news: The EU responded to Dr. Coburn's questions by sending a letter that was received by Dr. Coburn on September 6, 2006. To read the response, click here: http://coburn.senate.gov/ffm/index.cfm?FuseAction=Files.View&FileStore_id=2398b4b7-e6de-4018-814e-b0f8a9f6b515

To read more about Senator Coburn's activity on the Federal Financial Management, Government Information and International Security Senate Subcommittee, please click here: http://coburn.senate.gov/ffm/index.cfm?FuseAction=OversightAction.View&ContentRecord_id=266f8125-802a-23ad-41ef-a8e7d80c74dd