“Remarkable….[Wen] makes a powerful case for high quality, universal, affordable health care.”
—Booklist (starred review)
"A provocative exploration of public health from an immigrant physician and expert’s point of view [and] a moving account of an impressively fruitful life."
"A stirring call for greater investment in public health programs to combat racism, poverty, gun violence, and other social ills . . . Readers will be inspired by Wen’s belief in the power of public health to make America better."
“Beyond her personal history, Wen explains how crucial public health is, from combatting opioid addiction to infant mortality to COVID-19.” —TIME (best new books to read in July)