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Three female health care heroes: From Iceland's top doc to a village protector in India
by Rishikesh Dwivedi, Sigga Ella, and Jade Sacker
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19 October 2020
On 19 October 2020 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
In a remote Indian village, Ranjana Dwivedi goes door to door to educate people about the coronavirus. Once she almost fell into a river on her rounds. In the halls of power in Iceland, Dr. Alma D. Moller leads the nation's response to the pandemic. In a mobile testing center in California, Sheeba Shafaq works 12-hour shifts as she also seeks to become certified to practice medicine in the U.S. after fleeing Afghanistan, where the doctor's life was in danger because of her role as an advocate for women.
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