200 countries, 200 years, 4 minutes of world health

In this video the story of world health is told by Swedish academic superstar Hans Rosling. Here statistics come to life when he fantastically illustrates global health graphically as it is tied to development over the last 200 years.


As we move towards a world economy and global health converges with the resources of developing countries, advances in health like the CCSVI liberation procedure could mean nearly everyone in the world will have access to technologies that increase life expectancy and produce meaningful contributions by individuals who may have otherwise not survived.  It’s a privilege to be on this kind of journey, first-hand.

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