Over the past decade, the international community has had success cutting down deaths from AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. That, however, has a downside, according to Jonathan Quick, president and CEO of Management Sciences for Health. Speaking to Devex during the Clinton Global Initiative, Quick says there’s a growing, much deadlier epidemic in the developing world, and the so-called vertical approach to prevention and treatment just won’t cut it.

Lars Schwetje contributed reporting from New York.

Check out the rest of our interview with Jonathan Quick, as well as our conversations with other global development luminaries who attended this year’s Clinton Global Initiative.

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    Rolf Rosenkranz oversees a talented team of in-house journalists, correspondents and guest contributors located around the globe. Since joining Devex in early 2008, Rolf has been instrumental in growing its fledgling news operation into the leading online source for global development news and analysis. Previously, Rolf was managing editor at Inside Health Policy, a subscription-based news service in Washington. He has reported from Africa for the Johannesburg-based Star and its publisher, Independent News & Media, as well as the Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung, a German daily.