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Paul Farmer, Co-founder Of Partners In Health

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Paul Farmer, Co-founder Of Partners In Health

Paul Farmer, Co-founder Of Partners In Health

Paul Farmer, Co-founder Of Partners In Health

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Host Jessica Harris speaks with Paul Farmer, co-founder of Partners In Health, an organization that provides health care to the world's poorest communities. Harris also speaks with Alex Counts, founder of the Grameen foundation, a microfinance organization that helps small business owners get loans.

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