Bill Gates, Microsoft Corp co-founder and co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, smiles after putting on a shirt bearing the slogan: "Say No to Involuntary Smoking", during a media conference in Beijing in 2011. Photo: REUTERS/David Gray

Bill Gates thinks an infectious disease outbreak could kill 30 million people at some point in the next decade

Whether it’s from ‘a quirk of nature or the hand of a terrorist,’ Gates says the deaths could happen in less than a year

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Bill Gates, Microsoft Corp co-founder and co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, smiles after putting on a shirt bearing the slogan: "Say No to Involuntary Smoking", during a media conference in Beijing in 2011. Photo: REUTERS/David Gray
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