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Child morbidity & mortality associated with alternative policy responses to the economic crisis in Brazil

May 22, 2018

Child morbidity & mortality associated with alternative policy responses to the economic crisis in Brazil

In a modeling study, Davide Rasella and colleagues investigate the possible consequences for child illness and mortality of different levels of coverage by social protection programs in Brazil. Read the Author Summary

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Editorial

All science should inform policy and regulation

In the context of a recent proposal to exclude research from consideration at the Environmental Protection Agency, John Ioannidis points out that “perceived perfection is not a characteristic of science, but of dogma” and envisions how governments can promote a standard of openness in science. 

All science should inform policy and regulation

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