34.8°C and Rising

Sartorius, Norman
October 2006
Croatian Medical Journal;2006, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p783
Academic Journal
The article reflects on the failure of health programmes in developed countries and of those supported by them in developing countries. It recognizes the importance of general mobilization between people at different levels of the community and the government. it suggests that developing countries must seek limited but comprehensible goals that focuses on the needs of people.


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