Cooperative Partnerships Will Help Global Community Address Cancer

Huffington Post U.K.: To Combat Cancer in Developing Countries, We Must Learn The Lessons of HIV And Malaria
Allan Pamba, director of public engagement & access initiatives at GSK

“…By 2020, across developing countries, more people are expected to die from cancer than from malaria, HIV and TB combined. … The battle against infectious disease has taught us a lot. Building the health care infrastructure and capacity of countries is essential for improving prevention, identification and management of disease. Effective partnerships between governments, charities and business provide an effective model to do this. … We can learn from and influence each other, enhancing the way our own organizations operate, and how we work together. Just as importantly, we can share our resources, expertise and knowledge to make a contribution to health across all of the communities we work in…” (2/6).

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