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Health & wellness

Harvard honors Bill, Chelsea Clinton for health work

Progress made on global health problems in this millennium, in particular through partnerships forged by groups such as the Harvard School of Public Health and his family’s foundation, serve as a model for addressing the world’s wider troubles, President Clinton said during a visit to Boston Thursday.

Speaking during the public health school’s 100th anniversary celebration, Clinton pointed to Harvard’s work training health care leaders in Rwanda, at a fraction of the cost typically required to run such programs.

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