How doctors can tackle the poverty of their patients without leaving their office
By Gary BlochDec. 10, 2015
Can a question asked in a doctor’s office contribute to ending poverty for patients and their families? This is what we asked ourselves 10 years ago, as we set out to convince health providers to tackle poverty.
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