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[Correspondence] Collaborate to cure: a student perspective on global health

As the nutrition transition redefines the picture of human disease, we see already overburdened health infrastructure around the world buckling under the increasing weight of chronic illness. To address this unprecedented pressure on health-care systems, we as medical professionals must, from the beginning of our training, recognise and engage with the abundant human potential within our communities. We have witnessed the viability of this approach from tertiary care in East Africa to primary prevention in Israel’s Negev Desert.