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Though symptoms of the US Health Care System problem need to be treated, real change doesn’t come from just changing external conditions. In the long run, that isn’t sustainable. Real change comes from addressing the cause.
If individuals eliminate disease from their bodies by maximizing their personal health, will that help reform the US Health Care System in a sustainable way? Probably. Addressing the cause of the US Health Care problem means (though not limited to) individuals taking the best possible care of themselves with what they already know while seeking, finding and applying new knowledge to better maximize their health. Addressing the cause means individuals helping make this knowledge available to other interested individuals.
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I received a newsletter from ONE.org to day penned by Melinda Gates. It informed me that she and Bill have been having great success working to make a difference in Health Care around the world:
“When I visited Ethiopia earlier this year, I met Tsion, a hard-working young woman in the government’s Health Extension Program. She is trained to tend to pregnant mothers, who otherwise would rely on traditional attendants unable to stop internal bleeding or resuscitate newborns. Tsion has helped take the terror and fear of death out of childbirth for hundreds of women.“
Melinda asked ONE Members to help “spread Tsion’s story, and others—so more Americans realize our tremendous progress improving health around the world and are moved to support America’s continued leadership in global health.
“Please join us on Tuesday, October 27, at 7 PM (EST) for a live online presentation titled “Living Proof: Why we are Impatient Optimists.” RSVP to watch:
Thanks to 30,000 trained health extension workers like Tsion, access to health care in rural areas is rapidly expanding. And the health of Ethiopian children and women is improving.
That’s why, when it comes to global health, Bill and I are optimists—but we’re impatient optimists. We need to build on this success now, by expanding it to even more women in Ethiopia and helping families in other countries benefit from what Ethiopia has learned.”
I plan to make the call and hope you can, too. Jut RSVP for the webcast via the link so you can “ learn for yourself how U.S. investments in global health are changing the world, and share the proof with your network“:
PS. Melinda also I wrote more about her experiences with Tsion in Ethiopia for the ONE Blog. You can read her entry here: http://www.one.org/r?r=236&id=1275-3791833-sgcfT9x&t=4