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You don't have to be a scientist to visualize the future of global health with innovative, public data tools

Kayla Albrecht

New research reveals that the state of our world's health is evolving, and the diseases and risks that afflict our well-being have changed over the years. So how will policy-makers refashion strategies to match the needs of populations?

The Global Burden of Disease Study 2010, led by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, is the largest and most detailed scientific effort ever conducted to quantify levels and trends in health. Interpret the findings yourself with public data tools.

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