Social Determinants of the Impact of Surgical Disease on Health

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  title={Social Determinants of the Impact of Surgical Disease on Health},
  author={Sara L. Doorley and Noemi C Doohan and Sindhura Kodali and Kelly McQueen},
  year={2013}
}
In the past two decades, Non-communicable diseases (NCD) have increasingly contributed to the global burden of disease [1]. By 2020 cardiovascular disease will be the leading cause of global mortality. Injury and trauma will be in the top five and cancer will be in the top ten leading causes of global death [2] (Table 1). Many of these disease states have surgical interventions that decrease disability and premature death, and are cost effective solutions even in LICs. Surgical intervention… CONTINUE READING

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