Why should we care about social justice?

Hastings Center Report 37 (4):3-3 (2007)

Deep and enduring socioeconomic inequalities form the backdrop to any public health policy, and influenza policy is no different. And although social justice is a core value of public health, it is important to be reminded that public health officials can neglect the disadvantaged and even exacerbate underlying inequalities.
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