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“Less is usually more.”
  1. John R Ashton,
  2. Lowell Levin

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    Public health professionals must learn to become minimalists. Less is usually more. What is needed in public health is the least intervention that makes the biggest difference. The search for turning points, or turnkeys, should inform our efforts to mobilise resources for health.

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