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VALUES, RIGHTS, RESPONSIBILITIES, AND PUBLIC HEALTH—OH YES, AND AVOID FORNICATION!
In this issue, there is a strong tone of the need to think about our underlying values and assumptions in public health. Beginning with an Editorial that looks critically at conventional assumptions about malaria treatment and concludes that “malaria must be tackled as an economic and social issue”, but that little attention has been paid to social factors such as gender, marginalisation, and inequity in designing malaria control programmes. From malaria to genetics, where Mackenbach encourages the debate about community genetics versus public health genetics, with the optimistic thought that the influence of health promotion ideas …