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People, politics and placentas

By Dr. Bikash Gauchan Bikash is one of HEAL’s Site Fellows at Possible in Nepal. Read his comment on maternal health originally published in the Nepali Times!

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From the Last Mile to Possible: Reflections from Nepal

By Savior Mendin As I sat writing my application for the HEAL site exchange opportunity, one of the first sites that jumped into my mind was Possible Health in faraway Nepal. At that moment, all I could think about was…

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Native Americans’ health threatened by denial of Medicaid expansion

By. Drs. Aaron Price and Kevin Duan Originally published in STATnews. HEAL Fellow Aaron Price and his colleague Kevin Duan write about the impact of Medicaid expansion on Native populations. “…the Indian Health Service spent just $3,107 per person, whereas Medicaid…

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Working to Bridge the Gap Between Coverage and Care in Rural Chiapas

by Dr. Alexa Lindley Given the current political debate about healthcare coverage in the United States, the topic has been on the minds of many patients and providers, including mine. I was one of the many providers who enthusiastically welcomed the…

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The Last Ride Home

by Dr. Tamara S. Augustine He was about 11 years old on his way home from school. I imagine what his day was like. He was maybe late for class. Perhaps, like most boys his age he might have been disruptive….

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