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The strange effort to ‘decolonize’ global health

5 September 2022

12:08 PM

5 September 2022

12:08 PM

“Global health” has emerged in the last decade or so as one of the growth areas in the medical and quasi-medical world. The CDC has a Center for Global Health which “works to protect Americans from dangerous and costly public health threats, including Covid-19, vaccine-preventable diseases, HIV, TB and malaria — responding when and where health threats arise.”

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