Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, March 30th, 2003
"Violence is a public health problem that can be understood and changed. Research over the past two decades has demonstrated that violence can be prevented and that, in some cases, prevention programs are more cost-effective than other policy options such as incarceration. The United States has much to contribute to-and stands to gain much from-global efforts to prevent violence," researchers in the United States report.
"A new World Health Organization initiative presents an opportunity for the United States to work with other nations to find cost-effective ways of preventing violence and...
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