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Dr. Bob Arnot is a physician and international humanitarian.
Dr. Arnot served as the former chief medical editor and special foreign correspondent for NBC News. As a special correspondent, Arnot has covered numerous world-changing events, including the Gulf War, Iraq War, and wars in Somalia, Sudan, Rwanda, and Kosovo.
Dr. Arnot has reported on epidemic diseases from ebola in Central Africa to AIDS in Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Malawi, to cholera in Bangladesh, Somalia, and Turkey. He has also reported from Pakistan prior to the United States? military response to the September 11 terrorist attacks. He has reported extensively on the threat of terrorism.
Dr. Arnot received a Bachelor of Science degree from Dartmouth College in 1972 and a medical degree from McGill University.