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For richer, for poorer: how could political pledges to tackle health inequalities be realised?

A discussion of health inequalities: How many years less can the poorest 5% of people expect to live compared to the richest 5%? How many years do the public find acceptable? And what can we do about it?
When Oct 25, 2017
from 06:00 PM to 07:00 PM
Where Christ's College, Yusuf Hamied Theatre, St Andrew's Street, CB2 3BU
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The panel includes Carol Brayne, Professor of Public Health, David Howarth, Professor of Law and Public Policy, and previously MP for Cambridge, Dr Julian Huppert, Lib Dem candidate for Cambridge in June 2017 election and previously MP for Cambridge, and Dr Rachel Pechey, psychologist researching changing behaviour to reduce health inequalities.
This event is organized by the Behavioural and Health Research Unity for the Festival of Ideas.
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