Paul Farmer, Co-Founder Of Partners In Health Jessica Harris talks to Paul Farmer, co-founder of Partners In Health, which provides health care to the world's poorest communities. Harris also speaks with Israel Ganot, co-founder of Gazelle.
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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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Paul has been committed to disease and poverty reduction since his early twenties. Partners in Health, started in Haiti in the 1980s, provides health care to the world's poorest communities. Paul launched the organization while he was a student at Harvard Medical School.