Disparities in the health status of different populations is linked with social, economic, and environmental disadvantages have long been known. This is reflected in a growing body of research over the past 25 years, which has revealed that disparities in the quality of care provided are also highly influenced by individual characteristics such as gender, race, ethnicity, education, income, age, geography, sexual orientation, and other factors.
The result is a 93B loss in medical costs. Learn how health equality benefit the global ecosystem and policies that work to extend cost effective health equality for all.
With the world’s biggest coronavirus outbreak outside the United States, South America has become a hub for mass clinical trials of potential vaccines.Brazil had registered 3.4 million cases of the disease caused by the novel coronavirus and more than 108,000 related deaths as of Monday.
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