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International co-operation in health
  1. André den Exter,
  2. Herbert Hermans
  1. Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands

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    Edited by M McKee, P Garner, R Stott. (Pp 217; price not stated). Oxford University Press, 2001. ISBN 0-192-63198-5.

    International co-operation in health focuses on transboundary public health issues and examines the influence of global factors on human health. Historically, the earliest examples arose from changes in the natural environment such as climate changes during the last ice age. Other global events are less obvious but also had important implications (positive and negative) for human health, such as the widespread migration of populations, the enormous effects of international trade, war …

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