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Eliza Ramos

Eliza Ramos: Into the Real

Eliza Ramos: Into the Real

Aug 7, 2018-- During a symposium of physicians and health care workers, Eliza Ramos was sharing part of her story... "I was under a lot of stress in NYC so I decided to go to Rwanda." Rwanda? Eliza's story is remarkable. For instance, just out of USC, she moved Mexico. Looking back she reflects, "What was I thinking? It was a little crazy at the time, because I didn't know Spanish." She found herself working in a Mexican prison with people who had addiction issues. Talking with me, she said," Its funny, I haven't talked about this in so long." Read more in this interview.

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