Dr. John Sinnott, Associate Dean of International Affairs for USF's College of Medicine, talks about how both sides - USF Medical professionals and students and their foreign counterparts - benefit from their interactions.
Dr. Lynette Menezes, Director of International Affairs, says USF has taken special interest in India, particularly when it comes to HIV and in how their doctors interact with patients.
Justin Sempsrott, and Emergency Medical Technician and USF Medical student, says foreign travel really pays off for students.
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