January 10, 2005
Paul Farmer

Paul Farmer

"Pathologies of Power: Rethinking Health and Human Rights in the Global Era"
Underwritten by: Priority Health

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  • Humanitarian
  • MD, PhD, Medical Anthropologist, Harvard Medical School
  • Physician specializing in infectious diseases at both Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston and a rural, charity hospital in central Haiti
  • Founding Director of Partners in Health
  • Author of extensive materials on health and human rights including his most recent book, "Pathologies of Power: Health, Human Rights, and the New War on the Poor"
  • Other books include: "AIDS & Accusation," "The Uses of Haiti," and "Infections & Inequalities"