Why are young people so interested in global health? Dr. Paul Farmer, celebrated Global Health specialist, Co-Founder of Partners In Health, and the Kolokotrones University Professor at Harvard University, offered an explanation at the University of Toronto on June 10th.
“It is because of the ‘equity’ part. Inequality’s ‘in-your-face’ nature forces all of us to question the disparities in risk and access to health care,” Farmer hazarded.
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