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Health as a Human Right

By Christian Barry, Meg Boulware, Laura Herman, Maggie Kohn, Rohit Malpani, Lisa Oldring | December 2, 2008

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The international community has begun to consider the "highest attainable standard of health" as a fundamental component of the human rights agenda, alongside the related issues of poverty and sanitation. Representatives from the health industry, activism, and academia debate the roles and responsibilities of various actors in securing affordable and accessible medicines across the developing world.

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