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Marked Saturday, February 4, this year’s World Cancer Day encourages efforts to reduce disparities in cancer care.
Imagine a world where millions of cancer deaths are prevented and access to lifesaving cancer treatment and care is equitable for all.
This is the decade to double down on our investment in research, to focus on the next-generation breakthroughs that will save more lives.
Results indicate gaps in cancer risk awareness and health-promoting behaviors between higher and lower socioeconomic groups.
When a person of color tells you about an experience they deem racist—whether inside or outside the cancer community—don’t question them...
Lisa Richardson of the CDC reflects on how far we’ve come in lowering the number of cancer cases and deaths.
By investing in research, we can work together to prevent cancer and find cures to save lives.
Early screening, detection and diagnosis is one of the best ways to save lives
I will NEVER thank cancer for anything, but I do recognize some of the changes I have made are for the better
Worldwide, more than 21 million new cases of cancer are predicted to occur in 2030.
Our lives and the lives of future generations depend on it.
World Cancer Day raises awareness of the millions of people worldwide facing unequal access to cancer detection, treatment and care services
Investing in cancer prevention, early detection, treatment and care will have major impact on the wider economy—and cancer patients’ lives...
Do you know the common warning signs and symptoms for cancer?
Many cancer cases can be prevented. If everyone is inspired to take action on cancer, together we can save lives.
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