Income inequality and pandemics: insights from HIV/AIDS and COVID-19

E.J. Ataguba Health Economics Unit, University of Cape Town, South Africa; Canada Research Chair in Health Economics, University of Manitoba, Canada

Pandemics constitute a significant public health problem, posing threats to the health and wellbeing of substantial population segments across countries.

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Intersectional forces of rising urban inequality and the global AIDS pandemic: A retrospective analysis

Ingrid T Katz, MD, MHS Harvard Global Health Institute

This analysis determines how the intersection of increased urban growth and poverty have impacted HIV incidence and prevalence, given the need to address a growing HIV inequality globally.

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