The Global Health Crisis of Solidarity: A Response to Recent Commentaries

Document Type: Correspondence

Authors

1 Global Public Health Unit, School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK

2 Minamisoma Municipal General Hospital, Fukushima, Japan

3 Soma Central Hospital, Fukushima, Japan

4 Jyoban Hospital, Tokiwa Foundation, Fukushima, Japan

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We appreciate the thought-provoking responses to our article, Defining and Acting on Global Health: The Case of Japan and the Refugee Crisis, made by Oliver Razum and colleagues1 and Kayvan Bozorgmehr and Oliver Razum.2 ... (Read more...)

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