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Money or Die: A Watershed Moment for Global Public Health

Author: Laurie Garrett, Senior Fellow for Global Health
March 6, 2012
Foreign Affairs

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Global health programs now teeter on the edge of disaster. The world economic crisis and the politics of debt reduction are threatening everything from malaria control and AIDS treatment to well-baby programs and health-care worker training efforts. And even if the existing global public health architecture survives this time of parsimony and austerity, it will have been remodeled along the way.

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