Dianela Perdomo is a first-year medical student interested in ethics and public health. Since emigrating from Cuba, she’s lived in New York, North Carolina and Florida. Dianela enjoys hiking, reading and photography.
Health care is expensive in the U.S., but why? Medical student Dianela Perdomo discusses how inflation and other factors influence rising costs.
Medical student Dianela Perdomo shares her insight on the intersection of philosophy and medicine.
Dianela Perdomo, a medical student and Cuban immigrant, shares her perspective on Cuba’s recent wave of anti-government protests.
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