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Sep. 26, 2016 – Dr. Jim Kim, the president of the World Bank and one of the founders of Partners in Health, recently gave a talk about changing the focus of the World Bank, and cited two leading principles: “A preferential option for the poor and evidence-based medicine.” I could not agree more, and Read More
Sep. 19, 2016 – On July 15th, 2016, Dr. Jim Yong Kim, President of the World Bank and co-founder of the non-governmental organization Partners in Health, presented striking evidence that childhood stunting is not simply an issue of decreased height, but of diminished mental capacity in children and its damaging consequences for the social capital Read More
Sep. 12, 2016 – This piece was previously published in the National Medical Journal of India, Volume 29, Number 1, 2016, pages 30-31, and reprinted with permission. In rural India, people get to the hospital on foot or by bicycles, rickshaws, public transport, hitchhiking, taxis, but rarely by the public ambulance, and even Read More
Aug. 27, 2016 – The view from Xejuyu’ is breathtaking: green fields of fresh berries, feathery carrot tops, and blossoming broccoli line the mountainsides. The majority of the residents of this rural indigenous Guatemalan village are farmers, who grow a diverse set of vegetables in addition to local staples of corn and beans. Yet Read More