The New York City-based Rockefeller Foundation has published the results of its Global Health Equity Initiative (GHEI). Using case studies from Bangladesh, Chile, China, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Sweden, Tanzania, the United Kingdom, the U.S., and Vietnam, the final report, Challenging Inequities in Health: From Ethics to Action, asks and offers answers to the following questions: How do we measure health inequalities? What are the social origins of health inequalities? How does access to health care fit into health equity? And, what can be done? To download an executive summary (24 pages, PDF) of the book, visit the Rockefeller Foundation Web site and look under Programs > Health Equity, or click on the link above.