Advancement of global health: key messages from the Disease Control Priorities Project

  title={Advancement of global health: key messages from the Disease Control Priorities Project},
  author={R. Laxminarayan and A. Mills and J. Breman and A. Measham and G. Alleyne and M. Claeson and P. Jha and P. Musgrove and Jeffrey T Y Chow and Sonbol A. Shahid-Salles and D. Jamison},
  journal={The Lancet},
The Disease Control Priorities Project (DCPP), a joint project of the Fogarty International Center of the US National Institutes of Health, the WHO, and The World Bank, was launched in 2001 to identify policy changes and intervention strategies for the health problems of low-income and middle-income countries. Nearly 500 experts worldwide compiled and reviewed the scientific research on a broad range of diseases and conditions, the results of which are published this week. A major product of… Expand

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