The need to include animal protection in public health policies
Journal of Public Health Policy, Tuesday 9 July 2013

Environmental hazards, stagnation of drug development, climate change, human population growth, emerging infectious diseases (EIDs), world hunger, and violence are among our most urgent public health concerns. Their multifactorial roots necessitate strategies that go well beyond the traditional health sector.

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