Michael R. Reich

Michael R. Reich is Taro Takemi Professor of International Health Policy at the Harvard School of Public Health.

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Cover: Access: How Do Good Health Technologies Get to Poor People in Poor Countries?Access: How Do Good Health Technologies Get to Poor People in Poor Countries?Frost, Laura J.
Reich, Michael R.
PAPERBACK03/31/2009$19.95
Cover: Wounds of WarWounds of WarLamb, Julie M.
Levy, Marcy
Reich, Michael R.
PAPERBACK12/30/2005$15.00Currently unavailable
Cover: Public-Private Partnerships for Public HealthPublic-Private Partnerships for Public HealthReich, Michael R.PAPERBACK05/15/2002$15.00Currently unavailable
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