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‘No longer the dismal science: the contribution of health economics to health gains in the developing world’ by Professor Dame Anne Mills

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Cambridge MedSoc is pleased to welcome Professor Dame Anne Mills to talk to the society.

Dame Anne Mills is the Deputy Director & Provost and Professor of Health Economics and Policy at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She was made a fellow of the Royal Society in 2014 and was made a Dame in the 2015 New Year’s Honours.

Her talk will focus on the role economics plays in the health of developing countries and look at financial strategies to managed tropical disease, in particular malaria.

Join us in Caius Bar after the talk for drinks with Professor Mills – a great opportunity for you to ask her any questions.

This talk promises to be very interesting and is not one to be missed!

Everyone welcome

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