New Exhibit Highlights Global Health Work Of Seattle-Area Institutions
An exhibit highlighting the global health work of Seattle-area institutions is opening Tuesday in the Next 50 Plaza at Seattle Center, the Seattle Times reports. According to the newspaper, the free exhibit, called “Global Health Experience,” “was organized by the Washington Global Health Alliance, an umbrella group of organizations and companies in the Seattle area focused on global health,” and “is built around the stories of four people in developing countries who have benefited from medical advances in the Seattle area: Aisha, a Ugandan girl whose mother faces cervical cancer; Ishmael, a Honduran man with diabetes; Wande, a woman in Tanzania whose daughter contracts malaria; and Archana, an expectant mother in India” (Meyer, 7/2).
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