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Surgical care has made limited inroads on the public health and global health agendas despite increasing data showing the enormous need. The objective of this study was to survey interested members of a global surgery community to identify patterns of thought regarding barriers to political priority.

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  1. Wong, Evan G. ; Ameh, Emmanuel A. ; Wren, Sherry M. ; Mulwafu, Wakisa ; Hardy, Mark A. ; Nwomeh, Benedict C. ; Kushner, Adam L. ; Price, Raymond R.

    Journal of Surgical Research, July 2015, Vol.197(1), pp.112-117 [Peer Reviewed Journal]