Fighting blindness with a Guerrilla: The Guerrilla Eye Service of Pittsburgh

Keywords: Ophthalmology, Primary care, Free-care, Medical Student

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Published
2017-06-30
How to Cite
Bonilla-Escobar, F. (2017). Fighting blindness with a Guerrilla: The Guerrilla Eye Service of Pittsburgh. International Journal of Medical Students. Retrieved from http://ijms.info/index.php/IJMS/article/view/47
Section
Interview