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Thu October 4, 2012
Seattle talk: Philanthro-capitalism and the politics behind the global health agenda
The words “global health” conjure up for most folks images of health workers vaccinating children in Africa, major initiatives aimed at getting anti-HIV drugs or anti-malaria bed nets out to people in poor communities across the globe or any number of other noble efforts aimed at fighting diseases of poverty.
Most don’t think of global health as a means to also advance corporate or political agendas. But Anne-Emanuelle Birn does …