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Schistosomiasis and HIV

May 12, 2014 2:17 PM

The association between schistosomiasis infection and HIV infection could explain the significantly higher rates of HIV among women in sub-saharan Africa.  A recent article in the New York Times examines this theory in light of current research conducted in Zimbabwe... Read More

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The global health education program at Weill Cornell Medical College is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge required to become active and engaged in a global context.  Our educational program includes a global health perspective and provides the opportunity for faculty-student mentorship, field work, and independent study.  We offer programs for Weill Cornell Medical Students, Visiting International Medical Students, Graduate and Post-Doctoral students, and Clinical Residents and Fellows.

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We define Global Health as service, training, and research to address health problems that transcend national boundaries, disproportionately affect the resource poor, and are best addressed by multidisciplinary solutions.

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