-Daniel Callahan, Director, The Hastings Center
"...[a] comprehensive study of the role that health should play in social policy, broadly defined to include even the economic and political structures of society...[Just Health] is a major contribution to the field and is likely to prove influential in the near term and beyond."
-Samuel Y. Sessions, UCLA, New England Journal of Medicine
"Just Health provides a remarkably broad and deeply engaging treatise of justice and health, which will influence both policy-makers and bioethicists for years to come. The rich empirical and conceptual analysis, along with first-hand policy insights from both national and international contexts covering more than 20 years, is truly impressive."
-Annette Rid, Bulletin of the World Health Organization
"...clear and thoughtful analysis...The central truth of [Daniel's] insights-a truth worth considering by the presidential candidates- is that health reform should have the goal of using resources wisely to improve public health."
-Richard Mathis, Health Affairs
"Daniels does us a great service by his introduction of an ethical dimension to his discussion of population health and the allocation of resources. His call for action on the social determinants of health to reduce avoidable inequalities in health is very welcome...He sets the terms for the debate."
-Michael Marmot, Lancet