Physicians work overseas to help build local health systems

03/1/2013 | National Public Radio

More physicians are working abroad not just to treat patients but to help poorer countries improve their health care systems. Projects through the Peace Corps and a consortium that includes Harvard and Duke medical schools aim to train practitioners in foreign countries and also set up medical schools to sustain local health care systems.

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