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Old 11-06-2009, 01:32 AM
Location: Michigan
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Elizabeth Sheehan was thumbing through Foreign Affairs magazine last year when an article and photo caught her eye. The story, headlined “The Global Health Burden,’’ addressed the failure to deliver rural health care in developing countries. The photo of a prototype clinic was intriguing. Sheehan peered more closely: Could it really be one of those ugly metal shipping containers that litter ports everywhere?

Elizabeth Sheehan has a radical yet simple plan to bring health care to the Third World - The Boston Globe
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Old 11-06-2009, 07:46 AM
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wow, amazing woman. i truly believe people like her are led by some higher power/spirit/calling. her focus was not just about her own life and material acquisition but she has a broader understanding and connection to the meaning of life. she is truly an inspiration and someone who makes a positive and lifechanging effect.
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