Health care professionals, medical students, and students of public health are increasingly aware of the "social determinants of health." Everyone has begun to realize that poverty is the most important cause of illness. Too often, however, the analysis stops there, instead of asking what the root cause of poverty is, the question is: what causes those "social determinants"? Why do resources remain unequally distributed, why cannot everyone access the same quality of ...


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