San Francisco, CA
Jewish Community Center
Thesecondopinion's 3rd Annual Breakfast Benefit - A Morning With Larry Brilliant, M.D.
Fri, March 31, 2017 8:00AM to 10:00AM (Pacific)
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JOIN US FOR A MORNING
WITH LARRY BRILLIANT, M.D.

A self-described social change “addict,” Dr. Larry Brilliant is a pioneering physician and global philanthropist. Trained as a doctor, Larry was living in a Himalayan monastery in the early 1970s when his guru told him he should help rid the world of smallpox. As a young physician, Larry was influenced by leading public health experts and counterculture icons like Ram Dass, Wavy Gravy, and the Grateful Dead (with whom he spent 2 years on a tour bus). Perpetually motivated by those in need and fueled by a vision of limitless possibility, his work is far from done.

Larry is an M.D. and M.P.H. and board certified in preventive medicine and public health. He is also Founder and Director of The Seva Foundation, which works in dozens of countries around the world, primarily to eliminate preventable and curable blindness. In 2005 he received an honorary Doctor of Sciences degree from Knox College, and was named “International Public Health Hero” by the University of California. In February 2006 he received the Sapling Foundation’s TED Prize.

 
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