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Recommended Resources

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To help you prepare for the Symposium, the following resources are recommended.

Books & Articles:

Bellamy, Carol. "Claiming Education for All." Education Week. (June 6, 2007)

Brownlee, Shannon. "Overdose." Atlantic Monthly Online. (December 2007).

Diamond, Jared & Wolfe, Nathan. "Where Will the Next Pandemic Emerge?" Discover. (2008).

Gawande, Atul. "The Cost Conundrum." The New Yorker. (June 1, 2009).

Gibson, Brent & Suh, Ryung. "Doctors Without Borders: The Role of Health Professionals in War and Human Rights." Medscape. (2007). http://cme.medscape.com/viewarticle/553271

Hein, Trina. "Using plants to fight AIDS." New Agriculturalist. (2007). http://www.new-ag.info/07/01/focuson/focuson8.php

Kawachi, Ichiro & Wamala, Sarah. Globalization and Health. (Oxford University Press, 2007).

MacElroy, Ann. "Cultural Variation in the Experience of Health and Illness." The Handbook of Social Sciences in Health & Medicine. (Sage Publications, 2000). pp. 191-209.

Savitt, Todd. "The use of blacks for medical experimentation and demonstration in the Old South." The Journal of Southern History. (September 1982) pp. 331-48.

University of Michigan. "Poor People Suffer Disproportionately From Chronic Infections." ScienceDaily. (2009). http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/02/090205154037.htm

Wolfe, Nathan. "How to Prevent the Next Pandemic." Scientific American Magazine. (April 2009).

Related Links:

Bread for the World

Doctors Without Borders

International Center for Psychosocial Trauma

Living Healthier, Living Longer

Narrow Road: Rose's Journey

RX For Survival


Unnatural Causes (PBS/California Newsreel, 2008)

Frontline: Sick Around the World (PBS, 2008)

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