Health inequality kills – and now is the time to close the gap


IMAGINE the outrage if a newspaper ran a story stating that a million people in the UK had died from a treatable medical condition over the past five years. Health ministers would be interrogated, government enquiries promised – and the public would be left with a terrible feeling of unease. But those people really did die, and from a preventable condition: health inequality. The scary but real figure came from Fair Society, Healthy Lives, the 2010 report I produced when asked by the UK government to review health inequalities, and was repeated in The Health Gap,
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