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“Health ministers of the group of developing countries known as BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) have signed an agreement to work together on research projects and to reduce the burden of disease,” BMJ reports. “Meeting in New Delhi on 10 and 11 January, they adopted the ‘Delhi communiqué,’ which promises greater collaboration in ensuring access to public health services and in implementing affordable, equitable, and sustainable solutions to emerging health threats,” the journal writes.
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BRICS Countries Sign Agreement To Collaborate On Research, Public Health…