in the burden of disease between industrial and developing countries has
increased (Evans and others 2001; Farmer 2001).
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In some cases the burden of noncommunicable diseases results from the “diffusion
of behaviors,” leading to the global spread of health conditions that lack
the epidemiological characteristics of communicable diseases. Chen, Evans, and
Cash (1999) show that international trade and the globalization of advertising
campaigns have contributed to the spread of health conditions associated with
smoking. In addition, genetic disorders—which spread slowly and only when
children inherit them from their parents—have become less geographically circumscribed.
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