The most important meeting yet for global pandemic response–and drugmakers

As global health leaders meet to chart the future of pandemic response, equity between nations must take top priority, Kaushik Basu and Nicole Hassoun write in this Fortune opinion piece. 

Basu is the Carl Marks Professor of International Studies in the Department of Economics at Cornell while Hassoun is a professor of philosophy at Binghamton University.

"The COVID-19 pandemic has made it painfully obvious that our global health system is badly broken," they write. "It caters to the demands of profit-driven pharmaceutical companies and the buying power of rich consumers and rich nations, at the expense of much of the world."

Read the entire Fortune piece.

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