Harvard T.H. Chan: School of Public Health   |  August 24, 2009

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In July 2008, the Colombian Constitutional Court (the Court) issued a decision in which it called upon the Colombian government to adopt a series of measures to progressively realize the right to health. The decision called for a significant restructuring of the country’s health system, in part as a response to the tens of thousands of cases that had flooded the courts in recent years with complaints regarding the system.

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