United Nations General Assembly adopts universal health care resolution

Hynes, Veronique
February 2013
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;2/5/2013, Vol. 185 Issue 2, pE107
Academic Journal
The article reports that the United Nations has adopted the resolution Global Health and Foreign Policy, a universal health care system to which will provide affordable health care services across the world. It informs that the universal health care system recognizes several changes faced by the system including epidemiological, economical and sociocultural problems.


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