Visionary Leaders Symposium: ‘Our planet is our patient.’ November 8, 2019

American Public Health Association’s Public Health Newswire

“Being health professionals, it’s important for us to realize that our planet is our patient, and it’s in the intensive care unit. We’re doctors to a dying planet and we have a job to do,” said Helen Caldicott, MD, keynote speaker at yesterday’s Physicians for Social Responsibility Visionary Leaders Symposium in Washington, D.C.

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