Posted on July 13th, 2021 by Dr. Francis Collins
Posted In: Director's Album - Photos
Tags: Fogarty, global health, Global Health Program for Fellows and Scholars, Roger Glass
Given that multiple cultures have had their own medical approaches, it would seem that our international world would exchange/collaborate/share scientific information so that we could learn or try innovative approaches to many types of illness. Why don’t we hear more about the different approaches and results of other cultures? I just don’t want us to feel that we’re the only culture that is accurate or research oriented. Money seems to make a harsh difference in what medical research is done.
An #NIH-funded study found improving access to supermarkets w/fresh foods in low-income NYC neighborhoods was linke… https://t.co/39baEEnx3C 1 day ago
A study finds death rates for cardiovascular disease varied across Asian American communities, w/ rates stagnating… https://t.co/psqe8BM3P7 3 days ago
Although #hearing technology has improved, not everyone has equal access to these advancements. @NIDCD-funded resea… https://t.co/wvs2Omy11x 4 days ago
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