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Paul Farmer


American professor and physician, currently the Presley Professor of Medical Anthropology at Harvard University and an attending physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Paul Farmer
In an age of explosive development in the realm of medical technology, it is unnerving to find that the discoveries of Salk, Sabin, and even Pasteur remain irrelevant to much of humanity.
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[It] was seemly [of Paul], I thought, resisting beatification. But then he told me, ďPeople call me a saint and I think, I have to work harder. Because a saint would be a great thing to be.Ē . . . I felt a small inner disturbance. It wasnít that the words seemed immodest. I felt I was in the presence of a different person from the one Iíd been chatting with a moment ago, someone whose ambitions I hadnít yet begun to fathom.
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I canít sleep. Thereís always somebody not getting treatment. I canít stand that.




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Iím going to build my own fucking hospital. And thereíll be none of that there, thank you.
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