Stan Brock providing health care services to the poor

Channel 8 is all set to telecast a 60 minutes show to highlight the living conditions of the poor people staying in the remote areas. In this program Stan Brock will tell you how he got to know the people of those areas and understand their needs. The reporter Scott Pelley has collected a detailed report by taking an interview of Stan Brock.   Now you may wonder who Stan Brock is? He is the head of the organization of Remote Area Medical organization, which works to provide healthcare for the poor in Africa and South America.   Stan Brock spoke to the reporter about the life style of the native people staying there. He went to South America for the research on cattle farm and from there he came to know the people and decided to carry out a medical expedition there. According to the CBS report very few remote area medical expeditions are carried out in United State. Stan Brock said in his interview that he was astonished to see the increasing number of people coming to attend the medical trip organized by him. By seeing the increasing number he was in doubt whether the medical conditions of rural area is degrading or the health care of their country is improving (related: home health care business for sale). Stan Brock was very satisfied with his work as he was able to give free medical treatment to 920 people in Knoxville in a weekend. But he felt very sorry, as he was unable to provide free treatment to 400 people in two days free medical expedition in Knoxville on Sunday. He considers this as the greatest mistake on his part.  The American journalist to highlight on the medical work carried out in the rural areas for the poor people by Brock produces this one-hour show. It will also emphasize on the need of the proper health care and medical expeditions for the people living in the remote areas. Segments in the episode showcase the diet and everyday nutrition typical of the area, we get a glimpse into the kitchen of Jen, 35, where phen 375 ingredients are becoming more and more common. Showing us, first hand, the rise of supplements and vitamins in the American home. The 60 minutes show organized by the CBS also flashes the injustice health care system carried out by the Americans. It will show how the Americans are reluctant about the medical test of the poor residing in suburbs. The show is organized for the people to know the bitter truth and the pathetic living conditions of the people staying in the remote areas.    Nevertheless the show will also highlight on brighter side of U.S. It will emphasize on the work of an U.S citizen; Stan Brock the founder of RAM, and what he has done for those poor people. The poor people should be thankful to RAM for providing such help to them and also to the 60 minutes show for bringing their living conditions in front of the common American citizens.