UICC and IFPMA editorial in Re:solve Public Health: “A collective approach can improve access to cancer care.”

There is a need for a global, collective response to improve access to life-saving cancer medicine in low- and lower middle-income countries
14 July 2022

Closing the widening access gap to cancer care requires willing collaboration and a collective effort by organisations from across sectors pulling together towards a common ambition.

In a joint article for Re:solve Public Health, Melissa Rendler-Garcia, Senior Adviser and ATOM Coalition Project Lead at UICC, and Vanessa Peberdy, deputy director for Global Health at the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Associations (IFPMA), highlight the alarming escalation of cancer cases worldwide, and explain the need for a global, collective response and how the ATOM Coalition, a new partnership established by UICC and its partners, is helping to transform access to life-saving cancer medicine in low- and lower middle-income countries.

Last update: 
Friday 5 August 2022
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