Dr. Ngoma Miezi Kintaudi - Global Hero
Dr. Ngoma Miezi Kintaudi was born 150 miles from Kinchasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. While a teenager, he watched his father die of an acute appendicitis because there was no medical care available. In most other countries, his father would have survived but not there. He later came to the U.S., worked his way through medical school and then went back to DR Congo to oversee the medical care for millions of his fellow citizens. He was just awarded a U.N. Humanitarian Award and also was named a Global Hero by Time Magazine. He joins The Jack Rice Show to discuss his work.