President Carter, NYT Columnist Kristof To Host Google+ Health Conversation

Today at 3 p.m. ET, “former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, New York Times Op-Ed Columnist Nicholas D. Kristof, and Carter Center disease eradication expert Dr. Donald R. Hopkins will hold a special video chat, ‘Global Health: How We Can Make a Difference,’ to kick off a new series called ‘Conversations on Google+’ launching later this fall,” a Carter Center press release states. According to the press release, anyone on Google+ can access the conversation and share their health-related comments by joining the American Public Health Association’s Google+ Public Health Community. “The ‘Conversations on Google+’ series will continue with other high profile speakers later in the year,” the press release notes (9/4).

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