“Dr. Paul Farmer, a physician who championed global health and sought to bring modern medical science to those most in need around the world, died unexpectedly in his sleep in Rwanda on Monday.”
Dr. Dawson directly impacts the lives of those in need of care by performing cataract surgeries. She describes the moment after surgery as ‘profound.’
Only 14 human cases of guinea worm disease occurred worldwide in 2021, the Carter Center reported in late January, the lowest number of cases ever.
Mamman Mustapha, a project coordinator in Herat, helped organize care and provide safety during the transition from war to the takeover by the Taliban.
Care For the Homeless provides healthcare to more than 7600 patients a year at 27 sites around the five boroughs of NYC. Here are excerpts from interviews with two providers, a doctor and a nurse.
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