Sayed Quraishi is a Medical Student at Oxford and has just completed his first year at Jesus College.
When he moved to Oxford a year ago, he came from Toronto, Canada, where he was a medical student at the University of Toronto.He is hoping to be a doctor in the future.An informed life: his blog explains why vaccines are safe
Nick's conversation with Prakash, a 30 year old professional web developer from Bangalore who is currently living in London.

Prakash is an ardent yogi who has travelled the world over, working for companies such as BBC, ABC, MTV, MTV India and CNN.
An informed life: his blog describes the global market for ethical products


Nick's conversation with Jacob from New York, a lawyer who makes regular appearances on news shows on CNN and Fox News. Jacob is a frequent critic of the Clintons and the US Government generally.
Nick's conversation with Edward, an assistant professor of global health at Emory University in Atlanta.Edward is the author of several books on development, public health, and health policy, including "The Alarming Rise of Inequality".

Nick's conversation with Ghada, a young Middle Eastern woman from Alexandria, Egypt, who says she and her family run a successful tea shop but that if they sold face cream, they would make a lot more money.

If Ghada was successful, she would be extremely well off, and she would like to become a millionaire and do good.
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Sayed Quraishi is a Medical Student at Oxford and has just completed his first year at Jesus College. When he moved to Oxford a year ago, he came from Toronto, Canada, where he was a medical student at the University of Toronto.He is hoping to be a doctor in the future.An informed life: his blog explains why vaccines are safe Nick's conversation with Prakash, a 30 year old professional web developer from Bangalore who is currently living in London. Prakash is an ardent yogi who has travelled the world over, working for companies such as BBC, ABC, MTV, MTV India and CNN. An informed life: his blog describes the global market for ethical products Nick's conversation with Jacob from New York, a lawyer who makes regular appearances on news shows on CNN and Fox News. Jacob is a frequent critic of the Clintons and the US Government generally. Nick's conversation with Edward, an assistant professor of global health at Emory University in Atlanta.Edward is the author of several books on development, public health, and health policy, including "The Alarming Rise of Inequality". Nick's conversation with Ghada, a young Middle Eastern woman from Alexandria, Egypt, who says she and her family run a successful tea shop but that if they sold face cream, they would make a lot more money. If Ghada was successful, she would be extremely well off, and she would like to become a millionaire and do good. https://www.facebook.com/sayed.quraishi.7
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