Health and Poverty 1: Reducing Mortality among Rich and Poor.Health is probably the most important asset a poor person—or any person “owns.” Improvements in health have been extraordinary in the post-war period, but rich and poor are still subject to very different risks: the world’s rich die of chronic diseases, the poor of communicable ones that are in principle quite easily preventable: HIV/AIDS, malaria, TB, childhood infectious diseases (many of which are preventable by vaccination), and maternal and perinatal conditions.

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