The short answer is "more"

Kondro, Wayne
November 2010
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/23/2010, Vol. 182 Issue 17, pE763
Academic Journal
Information about the 2010 World Health Summit conference held in Berlin, Germany is presented. Topics include the increase of infectious diseases, the global issue of obesity and diabetes, and climate change's impact on health. The conference featured several lecturers including Dr. Francis Collins, Dr. Zulfiqar Ahmed Bhutta, and Hans Joachim Schellnhuber.


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