Introduction to Renee Fox's previous works including Experiment Perilous: Physicians and Patients Facing the Unknown (1959), and how she incorporates anthropology and social psychology into her sociological research. The article then goes into what Doctors without Borders and when it started. The article is composed of excerpts from the staff members throughout Fox's journey with MSF. It really summarizes the different perspectives between volunteers and doctors. This article also focuses on the reason why Fox was so drawn to studying MSF. She really liked the idea that people involved with MSF wanted a real change in not only the health care system, but also improving the lives of the people they come in contact with. The article touches on the focuses of Fox's studies including Greece, South Africa, and Russia with each country focusing on different medical concerns specific to that country.