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Dr. Gary Gottlieb: We Must Deliver First-World Health Care to Women and Children

Dr. Gary Gottlieb, CEO of Partners In Health, affirms the U.S. Agency for International Development's focus on ending preventable child and maternal deaths. Read More ▸

Infectious Disease Expert to Discuss Zika

Dr. Louise Ivers, PIH's senior health and policy advisor, will discuss symptoms of and treatment for Zika, how PIH is addressing the virus in Haiti, and how Zika may have an impact on the Summer Olympics in Brazil. Read More ▸

Construction Begins on University in Rwanda

The University of Global Health Equity will open in 2018. Read More ▸

One Year After Surgery, Haiti Triplets on the Move

Just over one year ago, conjoined twins Marian and Michelle Bernard were separated in a seven-hour procedure at University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti. They and their triplet sister are now busy creating chaos at home. Their parents couldn't be happier. Read More ▸

The Partners In Health Plan for Dealing with Pandemics

Partners In Health co-founder Dr. Jim Yong Kim, who currently serves as president of the World Bank Group, made clear in The Washington Post last week (“A plan to deal with the next pandemic,” July 1, 2016) that pandemics know no borders: Read More ▸

A Cancer Crisis, A Good Solution

Inshuti Mu Buzima executive director Dr. Alex Coutinho writes about new radiation therapy service. Read More ▸

PIH’s Summer Reading Picks

Twelve great books Read More ▸

Deputy Chief Medical Officer Discusses Social Medicine

Dr. Michelle Morse, deputy chief medical officer for Partners In Health, talks live about social medicine. Read More ▸

Graduates Step beyond Medical Training

Four global health doctors celebrate their graduation from a medical residency that trained them to provide care in impoverished places. Read More ▸

Say You Were a Pregnant Woman in Liberia…

What Liberia's high maternal mortality rate looks like. Read More ▸

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