United Kingdom’s Exit From E.U. Could Have Public Health Implications

Huffington Post: Here’s Why ‘Brexit’ Could Be A British Public Health Disaster
“In a final tally of 52 percent to 48 percent on the ‘Brexit’ referendum Thursday, Britons voted to exit the European Union, a decision that many believed hinged on voter opinion about immigration. … The public health risks of exiting the E.U. are plentiful. Leaving the partnership will exclude Britain from European research, disease control, and drug and food safety networks (which Britons can only keep access to by paying)…” (Schumaker, 6/23).

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