You fundamentally then flip the healthcare equation up on its head, which we all want to [do], to go from a very expensive lagging indicator of curing to a very much more inexpensive leading indicator to preventing.
They just took pity on me. I got one of the fellowships on the spot with a blank resume. God’s honest, a true story. I fell in love with science from that moment on.
When you could actually benefit one, two, 3% — that fundamentally changes how the government thinks about healthcare spending. In certain parts of the world, when you can change their healthcare equation, it fundamentally changes the way their economics and education is developed.
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