Category Archives: life expectancy

The Case for Cost-Effectiveness

It appears I’ve engaged in a bit of a bait and switch.  At the end of my last post I promised to address the issue of HIV-related health expenditures dominating global health budgets and the adverse effects of such overfunding.  … Continue reading

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