Ezekiel Emanuel

Oncologist and a vice provost and co-director of the Health Care Transformation Institute at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Oncologist and a vice provost and co-director of the Health Care Transformation Institute at the University of Pennsylvania. He’s also an adviser to the secretary general of the World Health Organization. His new book is titled “ What Country Has the World's Best Health Care?”

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