Behind the friendship that lead to the L’Chaim Prize

In the minds of those who have dedicated their lives to providing healthcare for those who cannot access it otherwise, there is nothing special to be acknowledged. If there was one constant among all the healthcare professionals I met throughout the week, it was that they don’t view themselves as exceptional. Their commitment is beyond question and their rest will only come when the work is done. The simplicity with which they view the importance of their work, the matter-of-factness of it all, is perhaps what impressed me most.

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