British theoretical physicist professor Stephen Hawking gives a lecture entitled: "A Brief History of Mine" during the Starmus Festival on the Spanish Canary island of Tenerife on June 29, 2016 / AFP / DESIREE MARTIN
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Stephen Hawking says eliminating neglected tropical diseases 'within our grasp'Parts of the world have made huge progress towards stamping out debilitating tropical diseases such as river blindness and elephantiasis, and success is "within our grasp," British physicist Stephen Hawking said.Hawking, who was diagnosed with motor neuron disease aged 21 and communicates via a cheek muscle linked to a sensor and computerized voice system, also honored his late father's medical work in Africa, China and the United States.Hawking called it "a monumental milestone".
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