This is a 4-minute overview of the four Stanford students who spent their summer investigating the Indian health-care system and pharmaceutical networks in Mumbai, India. Three are seniors and one is a second-year Medical School student. The students are HumBio, Economics and Dept. of Medicine, so it has good cross-campus appeal. The video shows them out in the field and talks about the significance of the research. Here is link to story:
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