Jun 22, 2017
Earlier this year, an expert panel of the World Health Organization updated the Essential Medicines List, a collection of the most effective medicines used to treat the most prevalent health conditions. To save lives, extend life expectancies and raise billions out of poverty, these essential medicines need to be made available.
How well is the world doing in that quest? What about here in the U.S., and where does the principal of health access figure in the health reform push in Washington?
To help us answer those questions are:
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Recorded June 22, 2017.
Hosted by Luke Vargas.