Sriram Shamasunder

associate professor of medicine at UC San Francisco

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Dr. Paul Farmer, known for personally delivering medical care to impoverished people, died on Monday at age 62.

A public health leader who fought for the poor: Remembering Paul Farmer

Dr. Paul Farmer, known for personally delivering medical care to impoverished people, died on Monday at age 62.

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