Ebola Outbreak Highlights Gaps In Access To Care

Cognoscenti: Ebola And The Gap Between The Haves And Have-Nots In Global Health
Catherine Womack, a philosophy professor at Bridgewater State University, discusses how the Ebola outbreak shows the impact of access gaps in global health and the “need to help repair and build improved trust between the global health haves and have-nots through government aid to the stricken countries, and transparency in the ways that aid is determined and distributed” (8/20).

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