PBS NewsHour

Remembering Paul Farmer, a giant in the public health world

Clip: 02/21/2022 | 3m 57s | Video has closed captioning.

Dr. Paul Farmer, a physician, anthropologist and founder of a leading global health organization, died Monday at the age of 62. The group he co-founded, Partners in Health, said he died in his sleep. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro looks at Farmer's life and legacy and his impact on the developing world.

Aired: 02/21/22

Rating: NR

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