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In 2014, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea suffered the worst virus in history. Ebola spread exponentially where basic health-care facilities were few and far between. This crisis was a major tragedy of modern medicine. Dr. Paul Farmer, United Nations (UN) Deputy Special Envoy for Haiti and Chair of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard, discusses why it happened, and what can the global community learn from it?  

Presenter: Dr. Paul Farmer, Professor of Anthropology, Harvard Medical School

Hosts:  Angel Hernandez, Professional Library Services, Learning Resources, MDC North Campus

Coordinators:  Drs. Adreina Aguado, Physical Sciences, Marina Rodriguez, English and Communications, Dr. Michael Lenaghan, Social Sciences, MDC North Campus

Sponsored by the International Book Fair and Humanities Edge

Learning Outcomes: 1, 3, 5, & 10

Human Rights Articles: 25

Dial In #: 1-571-392-7650
PIN: 479 192 9625

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