December 7, 2007 presentation by Ronald L. Ariagno for the Stanford School of Medicine Medcast lecture series.
Ronald L. Ariagno, MD, professor of pediatrics at Stanford, speaks about his sabbatical experiences in Kenya and other countries in East Africa; he provides an overview of the most significant factors impacting the health of children in the region.
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