Toward a Healthier Future
Conventional wisdom often suggests that a nation's health is a byproduct of its wealth. But as the historian Will Durant once noted, "The health of nations is more important than the wealth of nations." In fact, as much as 50 percent of the economic growth the world has experienced in the past two centuries—the most prosperous period of human history—can be traced to advances in health and medical research. That context explains why we always begin the Global Conference with a session focused on the most pressing issues in prevention, treatment, and care. Join Institute Chairman Mike Milken and senior leaders from the public and private sectors on what the future holds for accelerating the development of, and expanding access to, more effective health solutions.