British Medical Journal (BMJ)  |  October 25, 2019

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Income inequality is growing, fuelling both right wing populism and demands for progressive, inclusive policies. Global disquiet over inequality prompted the United Nations to pledge in the sustainable development goals (SDGs) that “no one will be left behind.” Health inequities present a defining challenge of our time, and governments need to adopt and rigorously implement national programmes of action to respond across multiple dimensions so that economic and social status no longer determine human health and wellbeing.

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