Health in the Americas 2017 Edition - Summary: Regional Outlook and Country Profiles

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Health and Medicine, Healthcare System in Haiti, Pan American Health Organization

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Health in the Americas+ is the latest 5-year report issued by the Pan American Health Organization, covering the years 2012-
2017, on the health situation, health determinants, and health trends in the Region of the Americas. This edition of Health in the Americas has much to celebrate.

Grap a copy at paho.org


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