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[Comment] Just societies, health equity, and dignified lives: the PAHO Equity Commission

The USA is the richest country in the Americas and its residents enjoy good health: female life expectancy is 81 years and male is 76 years. Haiti is the poorest country in the Americas; its residents suffer poor health: female life expectancy is 66 years and male is 61 years. US gross national income (GNI) is about US$59 000 per person. In Haiti, it is just over $1800 per person, adjusting for purchasing power.1