versus reducing the chronic disease burden. The World Bank and others working in chronic diseases need to be opportunistic, Meiro-Lorenzo said, to not only identify opportunities in the health sector but also to put efforts together in ways that are a win-win for our environmental colleagues, our energy colleagues, and colleagues in other sectors, and then to make sure that we measure and showcase each other’s successes.
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