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Kyuri Lee is currently a senior majoring in Human Biology, Health, and Society and minoring in Global Health at Cornell University. I started off my internship experience with Arogya World by attending a breakfast panel titled Milestones in Adolescent and Youth Health and Development, hosted by the International Center for Research on Women along with the United Nations Foundation. Maybe it was the delicious pastries, the amazing speakers, or the gripping numbers and stats, but I found it fascinating. Sure, I’ve taken undergraduate courses relevant to human development and global health, but it had never really attracted my attention in the way that this panel did.
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Targeting Adolescents in Fight Against NCDs is Critical