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Global Health Metrics Conference: How To Improve Global Health And Prevent Avoidable Mortality\ud \ud SEATTLE - The world is becoming a healthier place - thanks to improved health systems and effective health policies, according to Professor Martin McKee of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. On his return from the Global Health Metrics and Evaluation Conference held in Seattle - simultaneously published in the medical journal The Lancet - he talked with Audio News about some of the interesting research findings discussed, and about identifying amenable areas for improving health and avoiding preventable deaths - especially in low and middle income countries and less accessible regions.\ud
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