Greece’s economic woes are creating a public health crisis in the country, with rates of suicide, depression and HIV increasing precipitously in recent years. As César Chelala explains, the situation in Greece may be a harbinger of what may happen — or is happening — in countries enduring similarly difficult economic situations.
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