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Lessons From Ghana: U.S. Health Care Reform Driving on the Right Side

U.S. health care has been driving down the "wrong" side of the road for too long. Now it's time for us to shift health care in the U.S. to the right side.

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Lessons From Ghana: Universal Right to Health Care Hindered "Only" By Access

This summer, a group of physician assistant faculty and students, medical tech faculty, and physician faculty and trainees visited the center of the universe to partner with Kintampo's College of Health.

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Lessons From Ghana: Medicine is Leadership in Communal Abrafu Odumase

I wonder if we would have less systemic resistance to health care reform in the U.S. if our leaders and chiefs were also medical providers. I wonder this because tomorrow we return to Salt Lake City, while today we are in Abrafu Odumase, a small village near the coastal city of Cape Coast, Ghana.

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