The IAHF’s Healthy Latin America Coalition (HLAC)comments on the WHO framework for Engagement with Non-State Actors for the prevention and control of NCDs

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Authors: Healthy Latin America Coalition (CLAS), InterAmerican Heart Foundation

July 6, 2015 – Concerned about article 44, which stipulates that the WHO does not engage with the tobacco or arms industries, but makes no mention of the alcohol, ultra-processed food and soft drink industries.

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