Paul Farmer Speaks About Ebola Epidemic, Preventing Outbreaks In Vox Interview

Vox: With the Ebola epidemic nearly over, Paul Farmer has ideas about how to prevent the next one
“…Last month, [Paul Farmer, global health professor at Harvard University and co-founder of Partners In Health,] helped put his ideas into action with the launch of the University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda. The new health sciences institution, owned and operated by Partners in Health, was established to train the next generation of African medical professionals and global health care leaders. From Rwanda, Farmer spoke to us about this Ebola epidemic and how to prevent the next one…” (Belluz, 10/7).

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