Former President Bill Clinton and Bill Gates talked before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee about improving health care in developing nations and about global health challenges.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Casey, Robert "Bob" Jr. U.S. Senator [D] Pennsylvania
- Clinton, Bill U.S. President (Former) [D] United States
- Feingold, Russell "Russ" U.S. Senator [D] Wisconsin
- Gates, Bill Co-Chair Gates (Bill and Melinda) Foundation
- Kerry, John F. U.S. Senator [D] Massachusetts
- Lugar, Richard "Dick" G. U.S. Senator [R] Indiana
- Menendez, Robert "Bob" U.S. Senator [D] New Jersey
- Risch, James "Jim" E. U.S. Senator [R] Idaho
- Shaheen, Jeanne U.S. Senator [D] New Hampshire
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