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Manifesto for a healthy and health-creating society. / Crisp, Nigel; Stuckler, David; Horton, Richard; Adebowale, Victor; Bailey, Sue; Baker, Maureen; Bell, John; Bird, John; Black, Carol; Campbell, Jane; Davies, Janet; Henry, Heather; Lechler, Robert; Mawson, Andrew; Maxwell, Patrick H; McKee, Martin; Warwick, Cathy.

In: Lancet, 07.10.2016.

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Harvard

Crisp, N, Stuckler, D, Horton, R, Adebowale, V, Bailey, S, Baker, M, Bell, J, Bird, J, Black, C, Campbell, J, Davies, J, Henry, H, Lechler, R, Mawson, A, Maxwell, PH, McKee, M & Warwick, C 2016, 'Manifesto for a healthy and health-creating society', Lancet. https://doi.org/0.1016/S0140-6736(16)31801-3

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Crisp, N., Stuckler, D., Horton, R., Adebowale, V., Bailey, S., Baker, M., ... Warwick, C. (2016). Manifesto for a healthy and health-creating society. Lancet. https://doi.org/0.1016/S0140-6736(16)31801-3

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Crisp N, Stuckler D, Horton R, Adebowale V, Bailey S, Baker M et al. Manifesto for a healthy and health-creating society. Lancet. 2016 Oct 7. https://doi.org/0.1016/S0140-6736(16)31801-3

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Crisp, Nigel ; Stuckler, David ; Horton, Richard ; Adebowale, Victor ; Bailey, Sue ; Baker, Maureen ; Bell, John ; Bird, John ; Black, Carol ; Campbell, Jane ; Davies, Janet ; Henry, Heather ; Lechler, Robert ; Mawson, Andrew ; Maxwell, Patrick H ; McKee, Martin ; Warwick, Cathy. / Manifesto for a healthy and health-creating society. In: Lancet. 2016.

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