Cover: The Healthcare Doctrine

The Healthcare Doctrine

U.S. Foreign Policy Must Include the Eradication of Dangerous Diseases

Published in: Modern Healthcare, v. 33, no. 28, Opinions-Commentary, July 14, 2003, p. 22

Posted on 2003

by Kenneth Shine, C. Ross Anthony

The authors discuss the war without guns doctors and other health professionals are waging against killer diseases and poor health, that should become more central to U.S. foreign policy.

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