How Much Care? Present State and Future Needs
Although we live selfishly and myopically in our own countries, we are members of one world, one human race, that has more similarities than differences. This applies also to health and health care. The attainment of health and its maintenance are common human goals and the provision of the means through health care is now an acknowledged human right.
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