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Stigma Lancet Citations

In February of 2006 the Stigma and Global Health Research Program received signficant citation in a special section of The Lancet. Access the full text of all articles included in the spectial section, Stigma and global health: developing a research agenda.

Stigma and global health: developing a research agenda
Gerald T Keusch MD, Joan Wilentz b, Prof Arthur Kleinman MD
The Lancet, Volume 367, Issue 9509, Pages 525 - 527, 11 February 2006

Stigma and its public health implications
Prof Bruce G Link PhD , Jo C Phelan PhD
The Lancet, Volume 367, Issue 9509, Pages 528 - 529, 11 February 2006

Stigma and the law
Prof Scott Burris JD
The Lancet, Volume 367, Issue 9509, Pages 529 - 531, 11 February 2006

Stigma, race, and disease in 20th century America
Prof Keith Wailoo PhD
The Lancet, Volume 367, Issue 9509, Pages 531 - 533, 11 February 2006

The many stigmas of mental illness
Prof Kay Redfield Jamison PhD
The Lancet, Volume 367, Issue 9509, Pages 533 - 534, 11 February 2006

Obstetric fistula and stigma
Maggie Bangser MPPM
The Lancet, Volume 367, Issue 9509, Pages 535 - 536, 11 February 2006

Stigma interventions and research for international health
Prof Mitchell G Weiss MD , Prof Jayashree Ramakrishna PhD
The Lancet, Volume 367, Issue 9509, Pages 536 - 538, 11 February 2006

Stigma and global health: looking forward
Dr Kathleen M Michels PhD a , Karen J Hofman MD b, Prof Gerald T Keusch MD d, Sharon H Hrynkow PhD c
The Lancet, Volume 367, Issue 9509, Pages 538 - 539, 11 February 2006