When an uninsured, 44-year-old Latino patient arrived at a Philadelphia clinic to seek help for severe back pain, neither he nor his provider was prepared for the complex web of structural barriers that would ultimately affect his care.
Michael McKernan fondly remembers cheering on Boston Marathon runners as they’d pass by his school, Boston College, at Mile 21. It was during those four years when he discovered his desire to undertake those 26.2 miles himself one day.
How would we respond if there was a patient infected with Ebola at the Brigham?
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