Developing Health Care In The Developing World

Wealthy nations have actually done an admirable job in helping the developing world eradicate a host of infectious diseases. Thomas Bollyky, director of the global health program at the Council on Foreign Relations, joins us to talk about why attention should now turn to helping these countries to grow their health care infrastructure. His essay “Health Without Wealth: The Worrying Paradox of Modern Medical Miracles” appears in the current issue of Foreign Affairs magazine.