We envision a society which has eliminated health inequities by minimizing the social and economic disparities ad has realized its right to health and health care; and where universal access to social security which is equitable, ethical and socially just and accountable and responsive to the needs of the people is established.
To promote activities and institutions that undertake, within a human rights framework, research, advocacy, services, training and activities (RASTA) in arenas that lead to strengthening of human development and social security, especially in areas of public health policy, health rights, health systems and financing, and other economic, social and cultural rights in partnership and involvement of people in its oversight and monitoring towards realizing universal and equitable access.
The 8th Lecture of Krishna Raj Memorial Lecture Series on The Golden Rule: A Remedy for Decadence in Global Health
Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs) conducted compared cervical screening to no screening whatsoever. All three RCTs included scientifically pointless unscreened control groups. All three RCTs incorporated pointless, premeditated, preventable death as a yardstick. All three RCTs deliberately allowed human beings to die merely to contemplate questions that had already been answered. In addition, all three RCTs demonstrated decadent failures in execution. RCTs deliberately allowed human beings to die merely to contemplate questions that had already been answered. In addition, all three RCTs demonstrated decadent failures in execution.
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