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Fighting inequality, corruption, and conflict - how to improve South Asia's health

11:29 EDT 11 Apr 2017 | British Medical Journal

The BMJ has published a series of articles, taking an in-depth look at health in South Asia. In this collection, authors from India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Afghanistan collaborate to identify evidence-based solutions to shape health policy and interventions, and drive innovations and research in the region. In this podcast,...

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