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Published in 383 The Lancet 25 (2014).

Abstract

Rifat Atun and colleagues (July 6, p 65)1 described the development of universal health coverage in Turkey. Yet a transcendent point in Turkey’s achievement is easily overlooked: all the foundational reforms of the health system that made universal health coverage possible were changes prescribed by law. Simply put, law reform preceded health reform, which would have been impossible without it.

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Comparative and Foreign Law | Health Law and Policy | International Law | Law

Date of this Version

4-21-2016

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