Mexico's path towards the Sustainable Development Goal for health: an assessment of the feasibility of reducing premature mortality by 40% by 2030

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BACKGROUND The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal for health (SDG3) poses complex challenges for signatory countries that will require clear roadmaps to set priorities over the next 15 years. Building upon the work of the Commission on Investing in Health and published estimates of feasible global mortality SDG3 targets, we analysed Mexico's… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/S2214-109X(16)30181-4

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@inproceedings{GonzlezPier2016MexicosPT, title={Mexico's path towards the Sustainable Development Goal for health: an assessment of the feasibility of reducing premature mortality by 40% by 2030}, author={Eduardo Gonz{\'a}lez-Pier and Mariana Barraza-Llor{\'e}ns and Naomi Beyeler and Dean Jamison and Felicia Marie Knaul and Rafael Lozano and Gavin Yamey and Jaime Garcia Sepulveda}, booktitle={The Lancet. Global health}, year={2016} }