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In many of the communities we serve we often find that people are afraid to go to the hospital. People view the hospital as a last resort. It is a place where many go to die, not a place to be healed and recover. And it is true that without the tools they need to effec...

Brenda, a single mother of two, is employed as a domestic worker, washing and ironing clothes. She makes just $19 per week, barely enough to feed her and her two children, a daughter aged 2, and a son aged 10. Her job offers no benefits. She has no vacation, no insuran...

In 2013, the 90-90-90 goals were set to help end the global AIDS epidemic – by 2020, 90% of all people living with HIV will know their HIV status; 90% of all people with diagnosed HIV infection will receive sustained antiretroviral therapy; and 90% of all people receiv...

When natural disasters strike vulnerable areas around the world, MedShare is poised to respond quickly and effectively. We are in a unique position to equip first responders in the immediate aftermath of a natural disaster and partner with local institutions and govern...

September 17, 2019

We are delighted to announce that Maria Thacker-Goethe, Executive Director of Georgia Global Health Alliance and President & CEO of Georgia Bio, has been selected by the Atlanta Business Chronicle as a 40 Under Forty 2019 honoree. More than 400 nominations were submitt...

Each year, hundreds of thousands of Americans serve their country in the U.S. military. For many, their military experience becomes a building block for personal and professional development, and a touchstone of pride long after they return to civilian life.

For some ot...

One of its kind initiative in state aims to better understand the diseases and treatment outcomes

When Bentley Vining was born, he was diagnosed with a rare inherited disorder that required him to be on a lifelong special diet. His mother, Courtney, submitted a claim fo...

Just weeks ago, Lily Rivera saved a life. On the corner of Peace and Broad in Providence, Rhode Island, Lily works at an agency that organizes outreach teams and provides education to high-risk populations struggling with opioid addiction.

“Every day is a different day,...

August 15, 2019

New Position Will Lead Integration of ACS’ Research and Cancer Control Program to Aggressively Pursue 2035 Challenge Goal to Reduce Cancer Mortality by 40 Percent

William G. Cance, M.D., has been selected as the American Cancer Society’s chief medical and scientific off...

According to the UN Refugee Agency we are now witnessing the highest levels of displacement of people on record. An unprecedented 70.8 million people around the world have been forced from home. Among them are nearly 25.9 million refugees, over half of whom are under t...

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