The pandemic made the inequalities already existing within the population more evident. At the same time, it showed how the world is interconnected not only economically but also socially and from the healthcare point of view. In an open conversation, Julio Frenk (President of University of Miami, Professor of Public Health Sciences – Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine) proposes pragmatic pathways to improve health care: quality requires technological innovation and a stronger human relationship between health professionals and patients. In this sense, precision medicine should not be separated from a precision public health approach, in order to give value to individual patients from a population medicine perspective.
Andare in bici, per un oncologo come me, è una metafora della bellezza e delle difficoltà del nostro lavoro.