Harvard Public Health Review

Summer Fall 2006

China and India:
Beyond economies—what about health?

Dean's Message: Passages to China and India
In the transitions of these countries toward greater wealth and health, the School is playing a valuable role

What's Behind Asia's Gold Rush?
For both China and India, advances in health have helped fuel prosperity

The Long Road Back
Restoring health care for China’s peasant farmers

What Money Can't Buy
For millions of rural Chinese, there's more to well-being than income

The Innovation Revolution
Reenergizing India's national health service

Rx for India’s Medical Schools
To serve rich and poor fairly, physician education requires reform

A Dose of Prevention
HSPH joins India's ambitious effort to create new public health schools


Disaster in Berini
Mock humanitarian relief exercise gives students a reality check

HIV/AIDS at Year 25
Africa is the epicenter of HSPH-led drug and vaccine research

Off to a Healthy Start
Research in early child development shows how to nurture a healthy society

Stopping the Violence
Presidential Scholar Ana Díaz helps youth find a better way

Declaration of Independence
Catherine DeAngelis, MPH '73, champions editorial freedom at JAMA


Bird Flu: Now, All Too Human
An outbreak in Sumatra shows the world is ill-prepared


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