Closing this cancer divide is an equity imperative the world faces a huge unperceived cost of failure to take action that requires an immediate and large scale global response closing the cancer divide presents strategies for innovation in delivery pricing procurement finance knowledge building and leadership that can be scaled up by . These are some of the alarming issues that motivated felicia marie knaul director of the harvard global equity initiative hgei and associate professor at harvard medical school hms and colleagues to produce a new book closing the cancer divide an equity imperative knaul and several of her co editors were on hand for the book launch on . Closing this cancer divide is an equity imperative the world faces a huge unperceived cost of failure to take action that requires an immediate and large scale global response. Closing the divide the harvard global equity initiative the global cancer divide an equity imperative in the divide between rich and poor generates a health equity and ethical imperative that demands an immediate response based on global and systemic approaches to address rapidly increasing need the present architecture of global . Closing the cancer divide is an equity and moral imperative while the challenges seem daunting there is good news affordable and effective cancer care programs already exist and demonstrate that strategies for prevention detection treatment and relief of suffering can succeed in resource poor settings
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