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[Correspondence] Germany needs to catch up in global health research

17 Feb 2018

It is encouraging to read about Germany's engagement with the wider world and that Germany is taking responsibility for global health issues on a level that has not been seen before. However, key issues are missing in the description of the German health system (the Bismarck model) and the expanding role in global health,1 which have to be addressed to allow a successful move into the new role.

Click here to view the full article which appeared in The Lancet