World Cancer Day: Oncology Services in Haiti
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Dr. Paul Farmer writes on the inequities of healthcare funding in "Who Lives and Who Dies," published February 5, 2015, in the London Review of Books.
In the 2013 Shattuck Lecture, Partners In Health co-founder Dr. Paul Farmer argues that the true barrier to HIV treatment for poor people was a lack of funding, not the difficulty of delivering treatment. We look back at the HIV Equity Initiative in Haiti, which provided evidence for a model to make HIV treatment available to millions of people worldwide.
Dr. Leonid Lecca, executive director of Socios En Salud, PIH’s sister organization in Peru, talks about his work as the organization celebrates its 18th anniversary this week.
Chikungunya, a virus that causes fever and joint pain, is affecting people in Haiti.
Chef Jody Adams, of Rialto and Trade restaurants in Boston, created these recipes from local Haitian foods for patients at PIH-supported University Hospital.
A Mexican doctor shares his hardships and hopes about working in global health.
For International Nurses Week, we’re celebrating the work of our nurses—the clinicians who provide the majority of care in the countries where we work.