19 December 2014
Dr Sophie Harman joins colleagues from around the globe in calling for a more proactive global health policy to avoid a repeat of the Ebola catastrophe. “Access to information and adequate healthcare, as well as exposure to health risk, is not equally shared but rather dependent on a multitude of local, national and international divisions – not least inequalities in power and wealth. These need to be acknowledged, understood and deconstructed if we are to finally make good on the promise of delivering ‘health for all’.”
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