As a new immigrant to Canada, Vineet Mehra quickly grasped the inequities that he and his family now faced. But he saw the unfairness. His parents, who had arrived from India with little money, both worked hard. Yet they lacked the same access to health care as other residents in the towns more affluent neighborhoods. That disparity – health outcomes driven by postal code more than genetic code – became “etched in my mind,” recalls Mehra, global chief marketing officer of Walgreens Boots...

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