Highlights from the July issue: --
• Why polio is a public health emergency of international concern
• Factors that predict success in meeting MDG 4 and 5
• Re-inventing the toilet for billions in need
• Progress and setbacks on Thailand’s path to universal coverage
• Text messages encourage evidence-based health practice in China
• Getting doctors where they are needed in Australia
• The case for integrating HIV service provision
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