Dr. Harry Strulovici was a successful plastic surgeon with a thriving practice in Michigan. But when his father passed away, he took a close look at his own life.
He went back to school, enrolling in a global health program at the New York University Schools of Medicine. And then through a different program run by Yale University and Johnson & Johnson, he went to Uganda to work for a three-month period at Mulago Hospital. Upon his return to the United States, he founded Life for Mothers, a program focused on decreasing maternal and infant mortality rates in Africa.
Special thanks to Sarah McKinney of Encore.org for connecting me with Dr. Harry Strulovici. .
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Inspirational, wonderful and life-changing. Great story! Please support Life for Mothers. Its a very important cause not only in Uganda but globally.