Public Health and Globalisation: Why a National Health Service is Morally Indefensible

Imprint Academic (2007)
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Abstract

Claims that there are good arguments for a public health service that do not amount to arguments for a national health service, but for something that looks far more like a transnational health service.

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Iain Brassington
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