06 Nov 2013

Eric Bing – Simple Things Save Lives: A Mother’s Legacy – TEDxSMU 2013

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Eric G. Bing is a medical doctor and global health researcher committed to saving lives among the world’s most vulnerable populations using low cost, innovative, and market-orientated solutions.   For more than two decades he has provided care, developed programs and conducted research in some of the poorest areas of Africa, the Caribbean and the United States.  He is currently a professor of global health at SMU and spearheads the global health initiative at the George W. Bush Institute, serving as both director and senior fellow.  The Bush Institute’s flagship global health program is Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon, an innovative public private partnership that combats cervical and breast cancer in developing countries.  Dr. Bing is also the co-author of Pharmacy on a Bicycle: Innovative Solutions for Global Health and Poverty.

You can follow him on Twitter @ericgbing.


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