Courtney Tompkins July 6, 2010A history of African American surgeons & global health success What do those 2 have in common? They’re both topics of displays currently in the DMU Library!The early contributions of African American surgeons is called “Opening Doors” and the exhibit about global health is “Against the Odds.” Both displays come from the National Library of Medicine and can be seen Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. The library is open to the public and there is no charge. 2 responses to “A history of African American surgeons & global health success” Thanks again for the update.Both are important subjects and therefore i am really happy to find out that DMU Library has taken it upon them to make the respective topics known to people.Thanks for the links too.Will check them out soon.Bye and take care.Log in to Reply DMU library have always been a place of discussion. The current topics of discussion are quite interesting. It is a fact that the contributions of African American surgeons have opened a new arena in the field of medical science. Global health care, on the other hand, has reached a new height.Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.