Posted Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Stan Brock started the remote area medical program to bring free health care to third world countries where people didn't have access to care. Now, his focus is desperate people much closer to home, including places like Los Angeles and New Orleans. To date, these mobile health clinics have served nearly half a million people and over 70,000 animals. This week, Brock will be awarded a major ethics prize from Case Western Reserve University. Wednesday morning at 9am, we'll meet the humanitarian who's been a cowboy, an Amazon bush pilot and co-star of NBC's "Wild Kingdom."
Health, Other, Community/Human Interest
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