LONDON—Good health care for the one billion migrants around the world is vital if global health for all is to be achieved and maintained, according to Cathy Zimmerman of the Gender Violence and Health Centre at The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine — author of the first article in a series devoted to Migration And Health in the medical journal: PLoS Medicine, for which she is one of the editors.
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